Life has a knack for changing in an instant. From theft to fire, nobody is exempt from the potential damage these unplanned events can cause. We require all residents to maintain renters' insurance to ensure personal property can be replaced and liability coverage is maintained.
WHO IS RESPONSIBLE?
Some renters assume that the landlord's insurance policy will cover them in the event of property damage. In actuality, the property owner is responsible for the building itself and not the personal possessions of residents.
PERSONAL PROPERTY COVERAGE
When obtaining renters insurance, make sure to carefully estimate the worth of your personal possessions. The value of items like furniture, electronics, and kitchen gadgets quickly adds up. Renters insurance provides peace of mind that you can easily replace these items in the event of property damage.
If a guest in your rental space sustains an injury, you could be held personally liable and face legal implications. If you or a family member cause damage to a neighboring rental unit, you may also be held liable for damages. Renters insurance helps with costly legal expenses from a lawsuit as well as potential medical expenses incurred.
RENTERS INSURANCE COST
Renters insurance is inexpensive and can be purchased at a minimal monthly cost. Prices fluctuate depending on the reimbursement policy for claims filed. Some policies use "actual cash value" and others use "replacement cost value" methods for reimbursing damaged possessions. Call an insurance company like Community First Insurance Center, Van Handel Agency, Monday & Associates, Inc., or Sure App to get a quote for exact rates.
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711 S Telulah Ave | Appleton, WI 54915
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