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My renter's insurance is about $180 per year.
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Renters insurance rates usually depend on several factors. Location of where the apartment/house is. Example: Do you live in the basement or bottom floor or upstairs? How much… is the estimated worth of the items in your home? The list can go on and on. But to help you find rates here are a few good places to get free quotes from. www.statefarm.com www.wellsfargo.com www.geico.com Also, you can contact your local insurance companies they can help give you quotes for your area etc. I recommend you this site where you can compare quotes from different companies: mycheapinsurance.net
alot, depends on if you are speaking of auto, home, life, health.... they are all calculated on Risk Points, such as driving record, Square feet of your home, How good of shap…e and age you are, and everyones favourite the physicalfor health
That depends on a lot of factors: . In real estate Location is king. Is this in a small country town or in a big city like New York? . How many rooms? . Is it furnished?… . Are utilities included? . Is it subsidized by the government? You can rent a small apartment for as little as $300 a month with utilities in small communities all the way to thousands of dollars a month for very large places in the city.
They do have the right to make you get insurance.
Renters insurance can be purchased for an apartment or rented home or condo. Most standard policies come with contents coverage, liability coverage, and reimbursement for exte…rnal living expenses in the event that your residence is significantly damaged. Here is an informative article I found on how to find affordable renters insurance: http://www.insuranceagents.com/free-renters-quotes.html
Depends on which type of insurance, property or renter's. Your Landlord pays property insurance, which covers all of the property, including your home's infrastruct…ure. But it does NOT cover the belongings of you, the Renter, such as your TV/Stereo, etc., any injuries your visitor may suffer while inside your home, and any damages to the unit your landlord may seek reimbursement of. Your Renter's Insurance, on the other hand, is paid by you, the Tenant. It covers up to a certain amount you elect, for example, $30,000, for the cost of replacement of your belongings in the rental unit. It also covers up to about $100,000 in property damage for your Landlord (such as if you set the unit on fire by accident), and up to a certain amount you elect in visitor injury.
Usually they check your credit rating (the higher, the better since it does reflect your reliability and ethics in paying what you owe), that your income will readily al…low you to pay on time (double or triple the amount of the rent), and the real estate record to see if you have any evictions. Dress nicely when you go in to rent.
It depends on how big the apartment.
NO. Insurance does NOT cover normal wear and tear. Maintenance and upkeep are the homeowner's responsibility.
Impossible to say without more detail: the premium depends more on the size and number of rooms etc. than the simple value. French-property.com can help in general terms. If y…ou send details of the apartment to to my message board (hedleygb) I can help you get a quote.
all depends on the location of the apartment and who you go with for renters insurance but you can pay as low has 9 a month or has high has 100 a month
As in most cities, this depends on the area you choose to live, and the individual needs for your family. A 1 bedroom apartment can run from $450-$835, and a 3 bedroom from $8…25-$1550.
The main advantage to purchasing apartment renter's insurance would be that your belonging will be insured if disaster should strike.If a fire occurred they would pay you to r…eplace your items.
Why would it be important for tenants of an apartment complex to have insurance on the contents of their apartment?
It is important for tenants of an apartment complex to have insurance on there personal property. Theft fire, and flood are among the biggest reasons to have such a policy.
Good apartment insurance is available at the majority of insurance companies. When considering apartment insurance, note lowest cost does not always equal the best coverage. … Amica Insurance and USAA property and Casualty both come highly rated.
Rental insurance protects all of your belongings in your apartment in the event of a fire or other mishap. You should only buy insurance on things you can't afford to replace…, so if you can afford to buy all new stuff - clothes, furniture, you get the idea, then you don't need renters insurance.
According to independent insurance agents and brokers of America (IIAB), the average cost for renters insurance is about $12 per month. All depending on the property in questi…on.