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Even if you have the best landlord insurance policy available, it is still essential that your tenants are covered. Not only will having a sound Renters Insurance policy benefit tenants, but it is also in the best interest of landlords. Let’s dive into why. Renters Insurance provides a full spectrum of coverage for many more common than you think occurrences. Here is a brief overview of what is covered and how it differs or supplements a landlord policy.
And the best news of all is Renters Insurance is very affordable. Lucas Hall, founder of Landlordology.com recommends landlords require tenants in the lease to get a minimum of $100,000 in liability coverage and $15,000 in personal property coverage. To learn more about the benefits of Renters Insurance download our Renters Insurance One Pager or visit Cozy.co. To learn more about landlord insurance, visit our Insurance Page.