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Renters insurance promises peace of mind

Posted on 24 Feb 2015 In: renters insurance

Renters insurance promises peace of mindNews from Daily American News:

You don’t have to be a homeowner to protect what’s under your roof.  Renters insurance — also called home and contents insurance — will replace a person’s assets in the event of a burglary or natural disaster that results in personal loss. Despite the low cost and ease of obtaining this type of policy, many renters don’t have it.

A 2014 Insurance Information Institute poll conducted by ORC International found that only 37 percent of renters in the U.S. have renters insurance, as opposed to 95 [...] Continue Reading…

Renters insurance: Here are 5 key facts that all agents & brokers need to knowNews from PropertyCasualty360: Want to take advantage of the coverage opportunities in the renters insurance market? Know these facts.
Over the past five years the percentage of renters in the U.S. has continued to grow, creating more opportunities for carriers and agents to sell renters insurance to these individuals.
According to an April 2013 report from the Census Bureau, the renter share of all households in the U.S. increased from 34.1% in 2009 to 35.4% in 2011. There were 10.7 million renters [...] Continue Reading…

Renters Insurance Quotes Now Feature New Year Pricing at Consumer …News from Insurance News Net:
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) February 12, 2015
The possibility of theft of personal property or damage to goods is a common fear for someone who rents an apartment or a home in the U.S. The Quotes Pros company has completed revisions to its insurer portal that now feature 2015 rates for all renters insurance quotes that are explored at http://quotespros.com/renters-insurance.html.
The policies that are supplied by U.S. companies and now searchable through usage of the active database at the QuotesPros.com portal could [...] Continue Reading…

Getting Engaged On Valentine’s Day? Don’t Be Blinded By The Bling–Get …News from Insurance News Net:
NEW YORK, Feb. 9, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — There’s nothing more romantic than a marriage proposal on Valentine’s Day. But with a great engagement ring comes great responsibility…  While there is no way to insure the sentimental value of such a gift, having the right insurance coverage will provide financial protection, according to the Insurance Information Institute (I.I.I.).
“The word ‘insurance’ is not likely to be the first word on many lovers’ lips this Valentine’s Day. However, if an expensive gift [...] Continue Reading…

Deciding to rent? 5 tips for renters

Posted on 31 Jan 2015 In: renters insurance

Deciding to rent? 5 tips for rentersNews from Michigan State University Extension:

If you decide to rent, following these five simple tips can minimize your risk and maximize your success for selecting an apartment.
Posted on January 9, 2015 by Moses Cantu, Michigan State University Extension

There are many variables to consider when you are deciding to rent a home. The decision to become a tenant can be rewarding but also challenging. One variable that may be an advantage when renting is leasing flexibility. Being able to choose the term of your lease may be beneficial for [...] Continue Reading…

Privatized housing residents to feel ‘BAH’ pinch, tooNews from Stars and Stripes:

Families living in privatized military housing units will not escape the impact of moves Congress made last month to dampen the value of Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH), says a Defense Department housing expert who is coordinating with service branches to implement the changes.
The result will be that families moving into privatized base housing will begin to pay rent that is one-percent higher than their monthly BAH, and could be 3 percent higher by 2017.
Older generations of military retirees and veterans might not [...] Continue Reading…

Thinking About Renters Insurance?

Posted on 29 Jan 2015 In: renters insurance

Thinking About Renters Insurance?News from CapeCod.com News:

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Renter’s insurance can be a godsend

Posted on 24 Jan 2015 In: renters insurance

Renter’s insurance can be a godsendNews from Bowling Green Daily News:
The fire that caused severe damage to a section of Greenhaven Apartments on Thursday was a tragedy.
Thankfully, no one was killed or seriously injured in the early morning blaze that has been ruled accidental, but the fire resulted in a lot of people who lost most of their belongings and one tenant lost her beloved dog.

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Insurance requirement could shield Avalon renters

Posted on 23 Jan 2015 In: renters insurance

Insurance requirement could shield Avalon rentersNews from NorthJersey.com:
Most of the tenants whose belongings were destroyed in the Avalon at Edgewater apartment complex inferno this week are expected to recover at least some of their losses through renters insurance, which the landlord requires.
The company’s website says that for “your safety, security and peace of mind, Avalon requires rental insurance of all residents.” The website says tenants can choose their own insurance company or buy from a company that works with AvalonBay, which is based in Arlington, Va.
The company did not respond to requests for details [...] Continue Reading…

On-Base Residents Lose Renters Insurance Due to BAH CutsNews from Military.com:
FORT CAMPBELL, Kentucky — A change to how the Defense Department calculates housing rates is not only impacting those who live off base, but also those who live on base in privatized military housing.
Due to this year’s 1 percent reduction in service member’s base allowance for housing, all residents of privatized military housing will no longer have renters insurance included as part of their lease on military bases nationwide, according to Defense Department sources
That change will hit as soon as March 1 for some [...] Continue Reading…