Condominium and building insurance

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To simply insure your condominium or a building you own and effectively protect your building and co-owners in the event of a breakdown.

Why do more than 150,000 policyholders recommend Luko?

Luko's service

The 5-star customer service we are known for, now available for your building

Comprehensive

All the essential guarantees at the best price. Price in 5 minutes and customisable

Reactive

For a claim or for any other question, our customer service is available at any time on the chat

Guarantees and claims covered

Discover the list of risks for which you are covered and customise your guarantees according to the needs of your condominium or single-owner building.

Condominium owners: the landlord insurance is included!
Civil liability for non-professional trustees is also included.

Customise your guarantees
  • Civil liabiliy

    of co-owners and volontary trustee

  • Water damage

  • Fire

  • Natural disaster

  • Breakdown

  • Vandalism and graffiti

And, of course, technological disaster and terrorism cover, unpaid condominium charges, outdoor amenities, machine breakage, photovoltaic panels, etc.

From €25.50 per month

Landlord insurance for co-owners and civil liability for voluntary trustees included!

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Frequent questions

  • Which insurance for a condominium?

    The condominium must subscribe to a mandatory insurance covering at least its civil liability but generally coupled with other guarantees: this is the multi-risk building insurance.

  • Who should subscribe?

    It is the syndic of the condominium (professional or voluntary) who must take out the insurance after validation at the general meeting. He must choose a contract himself in the event of disagreement by the co-owners at the general meeting, so as not to leave the co-ownership without insurance.

  • Is it compulsory to insure a building?

    Yes, if it is in co-ownership, and this since the Alur law of 2014. If it is a single property, i.e. if the whole building belongs to the same owner, it is not compulsory but strongly recommended in order to protect the owner in the event of damage to a third party caused by the building.

  • Who pays the condominium insurance?

    These are the co-owners through the co-ownership charges and in the amount of their respective percentage shares.

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