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Condo, Home, or Renters Insurance?

What insurance do you need to protect your home? Your living situation can affect your insurance. Living in a house, condo, or apartment requires different types of insurance coverage. When choosing coverage for your home, make sure that it is designed to help protect you and your belongings. Here is what you need to know to help you decide which... Read More
renters insurance

How Much Renters Insurance Do I Need?

According to a study by Pew research, approximately 36.6% of people rent their homes. With rental rates on the rise, getting renters insurance might be a good idea. While having renters’ insurance is not required if you rent your home, it can make a difference if an accident or natural disaster occurs. It can be confusing to think about how... Read More
renters insurance

Do I Need Renters Insurance?

Sometimes it can be hard to determine whether you should get renter’s insurance. While getting insurance as a renter can feel like overkill, it can help protect you financially in case something goes wrong.   What is renters insurance? Renters insurance is a type of insurance coverage for those who are living in a rented space. It helps cover things... Read More

2018 Insurance Policies!

Welcome 2018! The start of the New Year is a popular time for people to re-evaluate and plan for the next 12 months. Most people try to include ways to improve their life, and whether that’s eating better or working out more, it’s a perfect time to try and change for the better. One great thing to do at the... Read More
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Insurance For College Students

Back to school season is lurking again! For college students, it can be an exciting and daunting new experience. Insurance can help you and your son or daughter to have peace of mind while exploring the new college world. Whether your child is moving into the dorms or moving off campus, insurance can help protect their belongings. You never know... Read More
Renting out home

Top Tips for Renting Out Your Home

Renting out your home is a great way to generate some revenue. Right now, 35% of all Americans are renting! But before your put up that “for rent” sign, there are some things you need to be aware of. These are some tips that can help you in the process of renting out your house. You’ll want to be careful... Read More

I’m Renting Out My Home…Now What?

Do you own a home in a great location or by the water for the summer? You may be considering renting it out for the summer as a great way to make some extra cash. Whether you are renting it out for a week or a month, it’s a good idea to call your insurance agent and make sure you and your home have... Read More

Landlords Insurance MADo you own a home in a great location or by the water for the summer? You may be considering renting it out for the summer as a great way to make some extra cash. Whether you are renting it out for a week or a month, it’s a good idea to call your insurance agent and make sure you and your home have the coverage you need. Your basic homeowners insurance will not cover a renter after a certain period of time, which varies by state. As the owner of property being rented, it’s a good idea to protect yourself and your property with Dwelling Fire Insurance (also known as Landlord’s Insurance).  Having this policy will offer your building structure coverage while others occupy your home. It can also help you reclaim rental income in the event that your tenants are left without someplace to live due to a fire.

In addition, you may want to talk with the tenants about possibly getting Renters Insurance to cover their
belongings. For more information on coverage for renters, read our blog with great advice for those renting a home this summer. Chances are you will have enough to worry and stress about while renting out your home, make your coverage one less thing you have to worry about by giving our agents a call at 888.865.1244 and getting the Landlord’s Insurance you need!

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