Renters Insurance

As a renter, your personal belongings are not insured by your landlord’s homeowners insurance. In fact, unless you buy your own insurance for an apartment, duplex, condominium or house that you rent, you won’t have any coverage for your possessions.  You could also have liability for a guest’s injury or for accidental property damage in your rental, leaving you vulnerable to financial loss. Renters insurance protects you by covering certain unexpected events, making it one of the most valuable types of insurance for renters.

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June 18, 2024
Can I Fight Being Evicted?
Facing eviction can be a stressful and daunting experience for tenants. However, it's important to know that there are legal processes and rights in place designed to protect tenants. This article will explore how tenants can fight an eviction, offering insight into the legal grounds on which an eviction can be contested and strategies for defending against eviction in court.
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How To Add A Roommate To Your Lease?
Adding a roommate to your lease is a step that can significantly affect your living situation and financial responsibilities. It's crucial to approach this process with thorough understanding and careful planning to ensure it goes smoothly for both you and your landlord. Here's a detailed guide on the steps a tenant should take if they want to add a roommate to their lease.

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