You don’t have to pay for things like property taxes and snow removal.
However, there are other things to be wary of, such as natural disasters and break-ins.
Building owner’s insurance does not cover everything, especially if your possessions were destroyed in a fire.
Only what is outside the walls of your house is their responsibility. Everything inside is yours.
All of your possessions are uninsured without a renter’s policy.
Our carriers can protect renters and their property against the following:
Replacing all of your items, regardless of how much they individually cost, is a pretty penny.
Renter’s insurance is more affordable than you think and protects you from being held liable for accidents that occur in your home. Every renter needs it.
Nearly 66% of all renters are uninsured for the contents of their houses, or for any liabilities.
Figure out how much it would cost to replace everything.
Check with your lease and landlord to see if you can hold renter’s insurance.
Get a quote to see how much it would be protect your possessions from different circumstances.
Renter’s insurance covers almost everything. However, items such as furs, computers, watercraft and firearms may need extended protection. Your policy may provide:
We encourage every renter to figure out how much it would cost to replace their possessions. Insurance is for a rainy day, and unfortunately, those are more common than you would think.
Cheap insurance is not the best insurance.
Most insurance policies function the same, but that doesn’t mean they are good for your needs.
There’s not one policy that will be the best for your house – only a consultation will solve that.
Contact us today to learn more.
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