If you rent a house or apartment and think that your landlord is financially responsible when there is a fire, theft or other catastrophe—think again. Your landlord may have insurance to protect the building you are living in. But your landlord’s policy won’t replace your personal possessions or pay for your living expenses while the…Read More
Peer-to-peer home rental
Understand the implications of renting your home to strangers. Before you consider renting out your home, your guest room—or even your couch—first contact your insurance professional so you fully understand the financial risks and can take the proper precautions. Here’s some general information to jumpstart your insurance conversation. If you are considering renting out your…Read More
IN: Why Do I Need Insurance If I Rent My Home?
Dear Valued Customer, In this issue of “———————“ we focus on Renters Insurance. Renters insurance provides financial protection against the loss or destruction of your possessions when you rent a house or apartment. Not only that, because renters insurance covers only the value of your belongings, not the physical building, the premium is relatively inexpensive.…Read More
Your Renters Insurance Guide
What to look for when shopping for renters insurance If you rent a house or apartment and experience a fire or other disaster, your landlord’s insurance will only cover the costs of repairing the building. To financially protect yourself you will need to buy renters or tenants insurance. Renters insurance protections Like homeowners insurance, renters insurance…Read More