At Pearson Dunn Insurance, 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.
Even if a condominium corporation owns your building, personal insurance coverage is still required in order to protect yourself and your personal belongings in the event of damage, theft or 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.
When shopping for tenants insurance, ask your insurance broker about:
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