I've got another company to insure the property from May 15th, when my current coverage expires, until I sell the place. I just did an online search and pretty much chose a company at random. I have to pay for a year, but since the house is selling soon, I'll get most of that back when I cancel the policy. The company I got was about $100 more per year than what my current insurance company charged me, so this exercise provided a nice little verification that my current insurance provider has decent prices.
Tip: Remember to either get the policy in the name of your company or, if the insurance company won't do that, get your company listed as an "additional insured" on the policy! Protect yourself legally from having the "corporate veil" punctured.