Landlord Insurance

Landlords’ Responsibilities to Their Tenants

If you’re a new landlord, you may be focused on preparing the property for potential tenants, along with marketing these spaces to them. Once tenants, are secured however, what is your responsibility to them? It’s important to understand your obligations as a landlord so not only protect your property investment, but also the relationships with …

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Landlord Tips: Attracting and Keeping High-Quality Tenants

When an investor purchases a property with an eye toward renting out units to long-term tenants, what ideally would follow is the steady population of that building with reliable, high-quality tenants that love their apartment, pay their rent on time, and plan on staying put. These people aren’t unicorns, and they can find their way …

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Tips for Apartment Owners to Prevent Fire Hazards

One of the reasons fire insurance is included among most renter’s insurance for apartment owners is that all people need to be protected financially in case of a fire. In an apartment building, a fire could destroy an entire structure, and it all could have been caused by another renter. Knowing this, it is imperative …

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Five Things You Should Know About Landlord Liability and Exposure

One of the benefits of renting a home rather than purchasing a home is passing liability off to a landlord. If something breaks or stops working or needs replacing, the tenant is not responsible financially for those types of issues. Of course, landlords take on a lot more liability than just the occasional leaky faucet …

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Do You Need Rental House Insurance if You’re Renting Your Home?

For many American individuals and families, renting a home is a much more economically sound investment than buying a home. For the person renting out the home, however, there are a number of risks that need to be addressed before allowing anyone to live in a home they have purchased. Homeowners insurance policies can cover …

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Comparing Landlord Insurance

6 Tips for Comparing Landlord Insurance Providers

If you own rental property, you need insurance designed specifically for landlords. As a landlord, you have many responsibilities. You must protect your property from a myriad of expected and unexpected situations and protect your tenants as well. Standard home insurance policies don’t often provide the specific coverage a landlord needs. So choosing the right …

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