Help protect your belongings with renter's insurance

If you choose to combine the purchase of your renter's and car insurance policies, you could save enough to cover your renter's policy. This deserves at least a high-five.

Help protect your belongings with renter's insurance

If you choose to combine the purchase of your renter's and car insurance policies, you could save enough to cover your renter's policy. This deserves at least a high-five.

Coverage for your belongings

Affordable renter's insurance can cover everything from your sofa to your coffee cup.

What is renter's insurance?

Consider it a security blanket for your security blanket. We cover the things you own and love. From TVs and bicycles to laptops and even your favorite duvet.

From your tech to your button-tufted modular sofa

From cameras to smartphones and smart design furniture, your personal property is covered2 against accidents related to fire, smoke, covered water damage, wind, theft, vandalism, and more.

Your apartment and everything else

Did you leave your laptop on the back seat? Don’t worry. Your personal property is covered2 against accidents in your home or apartment, and your items in a storage closet, your balcony, or even your car are also protected.

Personal information secure

It’s important to keep your personal information secure, as more aspects of your life are online. With renter’s insurance, you could even add coverage against identity theft with monitoring alerts and professional support.

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Renter's Insurance

From cameras to smartphones and smart design furniture, your personal property is covered against accidents related to fire, smoke, covered water damage, wind, theft, vandalism, and more.

Average cost of renter's insurance

Renter's insurance costs less than you think. Renter's insurance costs around $15 per month for approximately $35,000 in coverage limits, according to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) survey.

Liability coverage is for your protection

This means you're covered if someone is injured in your home or if there is property damage subject to the provisions of the insurance policy. Renter's insurance could also pay for legal fees and medical expenses.

Need a temporary place to live?

his coverage provides payment of additional living expenses when your home is deemed uninhabitable due to a covered loss. This coverage applies for the minimum time necessary to repair or replace the property or to establish your home elsewhere, up to 24 months.

Inflation coverage

You're covered even as things change. As the cost of living increases, your renter's insurance will too. Inflation coverage can help maintain your protection at the same levels year after year.

Personal property coverage

Personal property covers your things. What's it about? Personal property coverage protects you from accidents related to fire, smoke, water, wind, theft, or vandalism, among other things. How much do I need? Creating a home inventory is a good way to determine how much coverage you need for your properties. Follow this step-by-step checklist to inventory your personal property: Make a list of each item, when you acquired it, and the purchase price or current value. Add up the amounts of these items to get an approximate idea of the value of your property. Consider adding photos to your inventory — they can help if you have a claim.

Secure additional coverage for your insurance needs. Fill out the form to receive guidance tailored to your specific requirements

Secure additional coverage for your insurance needs. Fill out the form to receive guidance tailored to your specific requirements

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