What can you do if your renters add another person?
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what is the cost of renters insurance for the average person?
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What about renters insurance makes it a necessity?
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Where could a person buy renters insurance online?
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Can you share renters insurance with your roommates?
Renters insurance is definitely worth getting. Most agents or brokers from whom homeowners insurance can be purchased can also write renters insurance. As for renters insurance being shared... since you are renting the premises, renters insurance covers contents only (not the structure of the building). The policy that you buy will specify the meetes and bounds of what is covered. It is important that you list on the application or other document tendered by the agent, the items that you wish to insure. The value of the items will determine the amount of coverage that you buy. If you are buying the insurance with your roomate, be sure that both of you are shown to be insureds on the policy. Keep in mind, though, that if you part ways, the policy may have to be altered for the person who moved because the risk has changed (the property insured will be relocated to a new location). Get receipts, photos, and descriptions ready for each of the items, especially the expensive items, and tell your renters insurance company that you want to add additional items to your renters insurance policy.
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Are property owners better off than renters in the current economic climate?
Property owners often feel that they have made a better choice than those who rent. Renters are paying money to another while owners have an investment. Renters have to follow the rules of the landlord, while owner are free to follow their own rules. Owner are able to have any type of pet they desire, while renters may not be able to have any pets. Property owners have many freedoms that renters do not have.