When you rent a house, apartment, or any other dwelling you still need the protection a homeowner’s policy offers for liability in case you damage something in the home as well as to protect your own personal property while in the home (e.g., your furniture or prized art or collectibles, etc.).
A renter’s policy will give you the coverage you need when renting from someone else.
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What You Get
- Fire, wind, hail, explosion damages
- Water discharge
- Medical payments to others up to $1,000
- Physical damages to property or others up to $500
- Personal liability protection anywhere in the world
- Legal defense
- Loss of use
Even More Benefits
- Home auto discounts
- Cash back programs
Frequently Asked Questions
What is renters insurance?
Renters insurance is property insurance that provides coverage for a renters insurance policy holder’s belongings, liabilities, and possibly living expenses in case of an unexpected loss event. Renters insurance is available to persons renting or subletting.
What does renters insurance cover?
It may cover your personal property, liability, and additional expenses up to the limits of your policy. We can advise you further on this when you book a free consultation with us!
How do I file a renters insurance claim?
Filing a renters insurance claim would require you to provide a lot of documents and information to our company. Ask us how when you book a free consultation!
Which renters insurance should I get?
It all depends on you and your unique needs! We can advise you further on this during your free consultation with us. Book one today!
Is renters insurance required?
Renters insurance is only required if your landlord or your building requires it. While not required otherwise, anyone renting any type of residence long-term—be it an townhouse or apartment—should strongly consider acquiring a renters insurance policy.
Is renters insurance tax deductible?
Renters insurance is not tax deductible unless a room in your insured rental unit is used exclusively to conduct business.
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