Your landlord has likely purchased some form of property or landlord liability insurance to make sure that their investment is covered, but that insurance is not designed to cover your personal belongings or your liability if property damage is your fault. For that kind of protection, you'll need to invest in Renter's Insurance. Many landlords are requiring their tenants to provide proof of Renter's Insurance before they'll sign the lease with them, but considering what you receive for an affordable price, it can be worth the investment on your end. If the worst happens, such as a fire, or a natural disaster that damages the home, taking your personal belongings with it, you will be covered by Renter's Insurance through TenantProtect.
TenantProtect makes signing up for Renter's Insurance easy, and if you move, your policy can move with you. You'll just need to contact us to let us know what your new address is so that it can be updated. Once you sign up up for a TenantProtect account, your Insurance Certificate will be available in your account. Let us know if you have any questions and then start protecting your valued possessions. If disaster strikes, you'll be glad you did.
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