Even if you don’t own your home, you still need to protect your belongings and your liability.
If you’re renting your home, you still need to protect your possessions, and the liability that comes from signing your name on a lease.
Renters insurance may seem simple, but working with a professional who understands the contract, and your specific needs, can help you make sure you have the right coverage.
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Did you know?
- A portion of your renter’s insurance premium covers the damage you could cause to your landlord’s property – damage you could be held legally liable for.
- Many landlords require you to have tenant insurance as a prerequisite to signing your lease.
- You can modify your policy to get extra protection for special items – like a high-valued bicycle or camera.
- Some renters insurance policies cover your items even when outside of your home.