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If you’ve ever rented a home, your landlord might have asked for your consent to run a background check on you. This will serve as a way that the landlord can ensure you will be a trustworthy tenant. Contained in the report might be various information. READ MORE >>

If you’re just starting out, it’s likely time for you to get your own place. Moving out of your parents' house and into a space of your own is a big step, and one that’s both exciting and challenging. You might think that getting an apartment or home might be as simple as signing a lease, but in reality it’s not. READ MORE >>

Perhaps it is time to move to a new home. However, rather than buying, you might want to continue to rent. If you have existing renters insurance, it is time to think about how that policy will protect you in your new home. You may think all you need to do is change the address on your renters insurance to get coverage. READ MORE >>

A rental home belongs to a homeowner. However, that homeowner leases the home to a renter. By contract, renters agree to maintain certain degrees of upkeep for the home. For that reason, both parties in the deal have to do their part to see to the home’s preservation and maintenance. READ MORE >>

As a renter, you have contractual permission to live in a home owned by someone else. The home itself may not be yours. However, plenty of items that you bring onto the property belong personally to you. You assume a responsibility for your own property in the rented space. READ MORE >>

Whenever you reside in a rental home, you should remember that this is not your house. No matter how well you maintain the property, and no matter how settled you are, someone else still owns the home. Therefore, you must protect your own personal property within the property. You can do so with renters insurance. READ MORE >>

If you decide to rent a home, you’re taking on a responsibility for someone else’s property. Living in a rental means that you have to oversee the safety and upkeep of the property. Even if the property's owner plays a role in upkeep, you still have a lot of influence over its day-to-day safety. READ MORE >>

Moving into a rental property is not like moving into a brand new home. Rentals are, at least in theory, places for temporary occupancy. While you can stay in a rental usually as long as your lease allows, someone else owns the actual property. Furthermore, others may have occupied the property before you. READ MORE >>

You may think a lot about how to choose proper coverage levels for renters insurance. On one hand, there is your personal property coverage. In this section of your policy, you place a value on your personal items within the property. But, there’s also your liability coverage. READ MORE >>

You’re moving into a rental home. As you bring along your personal effects, you want to know you are living in a protected space. Besides taking proper security steps, you also want to invest in renters insurance. Renters insurance often is best considered as an integral part of your home security. READ MORE >>

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