If you live in an apartment or a rented house, renters insurance provides important coverage for both you and your possessions. A standard renter’s policy protects your personal property in many certain cases of theft or damage and may pay for temporary living expenses if your rental is damaged (including loss of use).
It can also shield you from personal liability. Anyone who leases a house or apartment should consider this type of coverage.
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