Renter’s Policies

Renter’s Policies

Do you need renters or condo insurance?

Whether you rent an apartment, a house or own a condominium, if you call it home it’s more than just a place to live – it’s where you surround yourself with the comforts that reflect your personal style. But, what happens if someone breaks in and steals your valuables or they are damaged by severe weather? What if a friend slips and falls while visiting? Even if your landlord has insurance, you can’t rely on it to cover your belongings or your personal liability.

Can you afford to replace what you worked so hard for?

Our renters and condominium insurance protects you against many hazards, including fire, smoke, lightning, theft, vandalism and windstorms. Personal property, such as jewelry, guns, computers and other valuables, have special coverage limits, which can be customized to fit your individual needs.

Should your residence become unlivable because of a covered loss, your increased expenses are covered while you wait for repairs or relocate.* There is also additional coverage for identity theft, unauthorized use of credit cards or forged checks, and options for credit monitoring.

As a policyholder you also receive coverage for medical payments to others, legal defense and personal liability.

*Up to the limits in your policy

Condominium Owners

Coverage is available for appliances, interior walls and fixtures, or property which your association requires you to insure. There is also coverage for your share of loss assessments from your condominium association. We replace covered property with new items, rather than the depreciated value.**

**Replacement cost coverage is optional for renters or tenants policies

Reach out today to learn more about the benefits of having apartment and renters insurance.

I never did anything worth doing by accident, nor did any of my inventions come indirectly through accident, except the phonograph. No, when I have fully decided that a result is worth getting, I go about it, and make trial after trial, until it comes.

Thomas Edison