Buying for a Purpose Insurance Services

Do your current insurance policies provide adequate coverage for your needs? Are you over- or under-insured? Could you be saving money on your insurance? Our clients save on average $481 per year. Find out with our free customized insurance evaluation. If your current policies are fine, in most circumstances you'll be able to help your organization without even changing policies - just move your policy from your current agent to Buying for a Purpose Insurance Services. If there's room for improvement, we'll let you know.

We can quote one or all of the types of coverage by all the companies that are offering coverage in the state. With Buying for a Purpose Insurance Services we can do all of your Health insurance shopping for you. Please fill out the form below or Call 1-877-404-2008

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Condo Insurance

If you live in a condominium, who's responsible for maintaining homeowner's-type insurance: you or the condo association? The answer is "both." While most condo associations carry insurance coverage for the building's basic structure and for all of the common areas, the interior construction of each unit can be the individual owner's responsibility. However in most cases you will be responsible for the master policy large deductible. Most deductibles are now $5000 to $10,000.

For example, if the condo building is damaged in a fire, the association's insurance will pay after the master policy deductible is met. So, you may be responsible for everything it takes to place to your unit habitable, from the dry wall and flooring, to the cabinets, light fixtures and toilets before the deductible is met. Your Condo owners policy will cover the large master deductible, plus any upgrades you have made to your home.

A typical Condo Policy covers:

  • Your unit's interior - Coverage for carpets, fixtures, and other items not covered by the association's policy.

  • Your personal property - Your furniture, clothing, dishes, etc.

  • Liability - In case you are sued for a covered event.

  • Additional Living Expenses - Coverage for if you need to temporarily move out while the unit is repaired or rebuilt following a covered incident.


Homeowner's Insurance

Shelter is one of life's basic needs. A good homeowner's insurance policy can protect your family from financial disaster if something goes wrong. Homeowner's insurance typically insures your home's structure and contents against a long list of potential problems, such as fire, smoke, wind, theft, and vandalism, as well as liability for injuries that occur on your property.

Auto Insurance

Nearly every state in the U.S. requires automobile owners to carry auto insurance for auto-related injuries, loss or damage. Although states generally specify a minimum required amount of insurance coverage, most vehicle owners would be wise to make their purchase decision based on their actual risk, not these (usually very low) minimums. After all, if you are found legally liable for damages that exceed your insurance amount, you will be responsible for coming up with the difference out of your personal assets!

Auto insurance can include 6 basic types of coverage related to the use of your car, each of which is priced separately:

  • Bodily Injury Liability - Covers injuries sustained by someone who was not riding in your car at the time of the accident.

  • Medical Payments or Personal Injury Protection - Covers treatment of injuries sustained by the driver and/or passengers of your car.

  • Property Damage Liability - Covers damages to someone else's property.

  • Collision - Covers damage to your car from a collision with another car or an object.

  • Comprehensive - Covers damage to your car caused by a situation that doesn't necessarily involve other drivers or vehicles, such as theft, fire, earthquake or flood.

Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist - Provides coverage for damages caused by a collision with an uninsured or hit-and-run driver, or with someone who doesn't have enough insurance to pay for all of your loss.

Renter's Insurance

What would happen if something went wrong in the home or apartment you lease? For example...

  • There's a fire in the apartment next to yours, and the resulting smoke damages all of your furniture.

  • The apartment building's fire sprinkler system malfunctions, and the 15-minute soaking wrecks everything in your living room - sofa, coffee table, easy chair, stereo, and big-screen TV.

  • Your neighbor sues you after their daughter slips and falls in the kitchen of your rented house.

If you think your landlord's insurance policy would cover your losses in these cases, think again. Their policy only covers the building's structure - the walls, roof, windows, etc. If you're living in a rented property, you need Renter's Insurance.

Renter's Insurance provides coverage for your possessions, and usually also provides some liability coverage. Because it does not cover the building's physical structure at all, this type of insurance is surprisingly inexpensive.

Health Insurance

Health insurance helps you pay for your medical care, especially in the event of unexpected serious illness or injury good health insurance policy will prevent a medical problem from causing financial ruin for your family. Many plans also help you pay for routine and preventative care, to help keep you from getting ill in the first place.

We offers three main types of health insurance policies:

  • HMO (Health Maintenance Organization): You receive all of your health care from a pre-approved list of doctors and medical facilities. Your primary care physician monitors your care and determines if you will be referred to a specialist. Pre-approvals from the HMO are required for most tests or procedures.

  • PPO (Preferred Provider Organization): More expensive and more flexible than HMOs. Although PPOs feature a list of pre-approved doctors and facilities, you can usually see almost any physician (generally without a referral) - you'll just pay more if you go "off list."

  • POS (Point Of Service): Essentially a hybrid between an HMO and a PPO, with your costs and coverage varying based on how you use the plan. Use the "HMO side" of the plan and your costs will be low but your choices will be limited. Use the "PPO side" and you'll pay more but enjoy more flexibility.


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Motorcycle insurance is available for all types of motorcycles - sport bikes, cruisers, standard, touring or custom - as well as for motorized scooters. As with auto insurance, coverage for damage caused by uninsured or underinsured motorists can also be included.

Whether you ride your motorcycle strictly for pleasure or as a practical means of transportation, a motorcycle insurance policy is a must. Similar to auto insurance, motorcycle policies can provide coverage for:

  • Bodily Injury to yourself, your passenger, a pedestrian, or the driver or passenger of another vehicle

  • Damage to your motorcycle or to someone else's property that is caused by an accident

  • Losses due to theft, fire, vandalism or other situations that don't involve other drivers or vehicles, sometimes even including damage that happens while your motorcycle is in storage for the winter

  • Customization work on your motorcycle, such as a special paint job or upgraded components


Recreational & RV

RVs...motor trailers. Regardless of your choice, you're going to need insurance. Not only is it the law, it also makes good financial sense. RVs can represent a significant financial investment - an investment that you need to protect.

Recreational vehicle insurance policies offer many of the same coverage as traditional automobile insurance policies, such as collision, bodily injury, property damage, comprehensive, and uninsured or underinsured motorist. In addition, because RV owners have unique needs that automobile owners do not, a variety of additional coverage's are available:

  • Sinking, Capsizing or Stranding

  • Storms

  • Theft

  • Fire

  • Contents and Personal Belongings

  • Sound Systems

  • Roadside Assistance

  • Towing and Labor

  • Rental Reimbursement

  • Trip Interruption

  • Suspension Coverage When RV is in Storage

  • Use of RV as a Fulltime Home

Life Insurance

What would happen to your loved ones if you were to pass away tomorrow? Would they be okay without your income? If not, you may need life insurance.

Life insurance provides financial security to your family after your death. The money paid out by the policy is usually tax-free, and is often used to replace lost income, pay off a mortgage, put children through college, cover funeral expenses, or keep retirement plans on track.

There are a number of different types of life insurance policies; all pay a cash benefit to your designated beneficiaries after your death, and some have an associated investment component. The four major types of life insurance are:

Term Life - This is "pure insurance," with no investment component. If you pass away during the specified term of the policy (usually 10, 15, 20 or 30 years), your designated beneficiaries receive a cash death benefit. Premiums remain level during the life of the policy.

Whole Life - The policy covers your entire life, not just a specified period of time. Premiums remain level throughout the life of the policy, and the insurance company invests a portion of your premiums on your behalf. Money from this cash value can be withdrawn during your lifetime. Many companies offer a guaranteed rate of return on the investment portion of the policy.

Universal Life - In addition to the death benefit, universal life also offers premium flexibility (you decide how much more than the minimum required amount you want to put in), and the ability to make withdrawals or borrow from the policy during your lifetime. The policy's cash value builds up in a tax-deferred account that earns market-based returns.

Variable Life - Provides permanent protection for your family, and a wider selection of investment options. Designed for the more risk-oriented policy holder, variable life does not offer guaranteed returns or death benefit amounts. 

Watercraft & Boating


There's nothing like being out on the open sea, the wind in your face and the smell of saltwater in the air. Or perhaps you prefer heading down to the lake for some water sports, or taking your boat out to your favorite fishing hole. 

Unfortunately, whether you have your boat out for a ride, tied to the dock, sitting in storage, or hitched to your trailer on the way to the water, things can go wrong. A boat insurance policy insured you and your boat against liability and damage in case an accident occurs. 

A boat owner's policy can provide coverage in case you injure someone with your boat, or damage their property. It can also insure against most of the risks of owning and operating your boat (and its motor and trailer), such as:

  • Sinking, Capsizing or Standing

  • Storms

  • Theft

  • Fire

  • Collision

Most policies also cover physical damage to the motor, hull, sails, machinery and furnishings of your boat, as well as all of the equipment that is permanently attached to your boat, such as extra fuel tanks, tools, seat cushions, anchors, dinghies, etc. 

Other options can include reasonable repairs, emergency services, towing, wreck removal, and personal effects coverage.


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