Renter’s Advice and Resources

Renter’s Advice and Resources

Perks of Bundling Your Car and Renters Insurance

Meghan Satterstrom

 · Dec 3, 2020

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The insurance industry is evolving as its target market continues to become younger, less brand loyal, and more tech-savvy. The good news is that consumers are benefiting from more flexible plan offerings, and bundling is one option that’s worth checking out.

So, you’ve finally decided on an apartment to rent and are beginning the process of getting all of your ducks in a row. One commonly overlooked thing to consider is personal liability insurance.

Hana Ames

 · Oct 13, 2020

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No one wants to think about something catastrophic happening in their home. Of course, it’s unlikely that something bad like a fire or a natural disaster would compromise the structure of your apartment or destroy your personal belongings, but it’s always a great idea to be prepared just in case.

Ramona Branson

 · Nov 16, 2017

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Unfortunately, natural disasters happen. They’re a part of this world and there’s not much anybody can do about them when they hit except stay out of their way. Still, shouldn’t you be entitled to a refund when a natural disaster ruins your vacation? If so, how much?

Cole Nemeth

 · Jun 15, 2017

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Whether you live in an apartment, a rental house, a condo, a coop or even a duplex, at some point in your tenure as a renter, you’ll probably wonder whether you should get renter’s insurance. When it comes to carrying insurance, doing so for your own house or a car is one thing…most people have […]

Eva R. Marienchild

 · Nov 10, 2015

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Many current or soon-to-be renters assume that their landlord’s property insurance covers their personal possessions. That is a major misconception, and one that could turn out to be the biggest mistake of your life. No renter can afford to be without renter’s insurance. The Type of Insurance Landlords Have The type of property insurance your […]

Susan Beal

 · Jan 8, 2015

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If you’re requiring the services of a dog sitting service, you’ll need to ask several salient questions before making a commitment towards hiring one. After all, you want the best care for your pet, so you need to be assured that you’re hiring the right company for the job. Therefore, take your time and interview […]

Staff Writer

 · Oct 6, 2010

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Many renters make the mistake of not including earthquake preparedness in their disaster plan, unless they live in certain cities known for getting them often. The fact is, earthquakes can happen anywhere, and you should prepare for it no matter where you live.  The risk of personal injury and property damage is huge, and you […]

Staff Writer

 · Jul 2, 2010

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You must get written consent from your landlord prior to subletting your apartment. If you don’t get permission, the landlord has grounds to evict you from the apartment and sue you for damages. Even though you have the proper consent from your landlord to rent your apartment out to someone else in a sublease agreement, […]

Staff Writer

 · May 18, 2010

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Owning a renters insurance policy is important if you’re a tenant, because of the protection you receive. If someone were to bring a liability lawsuit against you, accusing you of being negligent at your apartment and causing them injuries, the renters insurance company would represent you and pay out any settlement or damages. Certain pet […]

Staff Writer

 · Apr 25, 2010

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