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Renters Insurance Information
For Deerfield Beach, Pompano Beach & Areas Across South Florida
Affordable Renters Insurance for Florida Residents
Florida is a beautiful state, but it unfortunately presents a lot of uncertainty and danger when it comes to unpredictable weather. Contrary to popular belief, a landlord’s property insurance won’t cover you or your belongings in case of a disaster. That’s why it’s important to find a renters insurance policy with the proper coverage at the right price.
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Common Renters Insurance Questions
Renters insurance costs an average of $15 a month for Florida apartment tenants. This number is subject to change depending on other factors, such as the tenant’s credit score, coverage limits and claim history.
Every renter is different. Carefully calculate the value of belongings in order to make sure to get the right amount of coverage. All Florida renters insurance policies should include:
Personal Belongings Coverage: This coverage provides compensation for loss or damage of your personal belongings due to fire, smoke, lightning, theft, vandalism and more.
Personal Liability: Personal general liability insurance covers incidents of bodily injury and property damage that occurs on the rented property.
Additional Living Expenses: This insurance helps with the cost of temporarily moving while the rented property is being rebuilt or repaired after a disaster.
Renters insurance is designed to protect the renter, their belongings and other tenants. A landlord’s property insurance won’t cover your belongings if they’re lost or damaged, so it’s important to have a policy that will.
Renters insurance should be purchased before moving in. Most landlords require proof of renters insurance by the scheduled move-in date.