Insuring Amenities: Don’t Make Luxury a Liability

Like beauty, what constitutes an ‘amenity’—particularly a ‘luxury’ amenity—may well be in the eye of the beholder. Young families may want indoor and outdoor play equipment, while professionals may appreciate a well-appointed gym, and seniors might gravitate towards card rooms and social halls. All of those and more are examples of what may be considered an amenity, and whether built-in from the beginning or retrofitted later to meet resident demand, they add value—both real and perceived—to the properties that have them.    Read the article………….


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