Florida Renters Insurance
If you rent a home, townhome, condominium or apartment, you need to be consider a renters insurance policy under your own name. Typically, your landlord insures the property itself through homeowners insurance, but the personal property inside the home is the tenant’s responsibility. A comprehensive renters insurance policy helps protect you and your belongings in the event of disaster and theft. And it costs less than you think.
Ask us about available renters insurance policies. You may think that you do not own enough property to need insurance, but think about the following:
In the event of a catastrophe, do you have enough money on-hand to write a check to replace all of your clothing, furniture, televisions, stereos, computer or gaming systems, jewelry and other items.
Whether your landlord requires tenants to have renters insurance or not, you’ll be glad you and your belongings are covered.