Insure Your Investment

By E-Renter Tenant Screening
Posted on October 10, 2008 under Landlord Tips | icon: commentBe the First to Comment

Once you decide to become a landlord, make sure that your rental property is adequately insured to protect your investment.

Talk to an insurance agent who has experience with rental properties.

  • You’ll want to be sure you are covered for more than just fire and storm damage.
  • You’ll need additional coverage for vandalism, personal injury, and discrimination lawsuits.

The premiums will be a small price to pay to avoid the risk of much larger losses.

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