Many renters don’t realize their personal possessions inside an apartment or rental home are not covered by the landlord’s insurance policy. From burglary and pipe bursts to smoke damage and vandalism, when the unthinkable happens, make sure you’re covered.
Renters Insurance will cover your Liability, and your personal property, and could also give you a place to live in the event of a loss.
Condo Insurance, also known as an HO-6, provides coverage for “walls-in”. Many people confuse the two, but the true difference between condo and renters insurance is that Condo Insurance gives you some amount of walls-in structural coverage, as opposed to Renters Insurance, which will only cover liability and your personal property.
Your personal possessions are covered anywhere in the world.
Coverage for others who are injured at your residence.
Provides coverage for incidents occurring anywhere in the world and protects against lawsuits for which you may become liable.
Payments for expenses if you are unable to stay in your rental property after a covered loss.