We understand that you’re likely more concerned about meeting your monthly costs than shopping for tenants insurance, however, your landlord’s insurance policy only covers the building and common elements. That means as a tenant, you have a lot of the same risk management concerns as homeowners.
Personal Insurance coverage is required to protect yourself and your personal belongings in the event of theft, damage or personal liability.
Insuring your belongings can actually be quite affordable. Let our insurance advisors help you assess the different coverage options available to you and come up with a cost-effective solution that fits your needs.
What to consider
- Are your personal property limits adequate?
- Additional Living Expenses should your unit become uninhabitable
- Even though you don’t own the building, you can still be sued by someone who is injured while visiting you, so make sure you have coverage for personal liability and medical payments
- Voluntary Property Damage, which means the insurer pays for unintentional direct damage you cause to your property even though you may not be legally liable
Work with a team you can trust.
Ill-fitting insurance can be almost as worthless as no insurance. This is especially true for busy individuals who have more in their lives to look after.
Our team specializes in assisting you to understand, update and optimize your coverage. Our review will also respect your lifestyle, personal values and goals.