Renters insurance is an often-overlooked aspect of household safety. For many, it may seem like a waste of money; however, statistics show that accidents happen all the time and can lead to serious consequences if renters aren’t prepared.
If you rent your home, you should consider adding a renters insurance policy to their household budget for unexpected expenses such as:
A renters insurance policy can also help cover your living expenses while your apartment is being repaired after a fire or another incident. Additionally, almost every landlord requires tenants to be covered by renters insurance or their own form of coverage. Renters who don’t have renters insurance are subject to eviction if the lease prohibits subleasing and/or leasing without proper insurance.
Setting up a renters policy should be relatively straightforward, and our agents have lots of experience working with families throughout the region. Contact us today for a free consultation to find out more.