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We provide an answer to that question and many more with a list of unexpected ways renters insurance covers you.
A guide to renting an apartment to help you understand what you and your landlord are responsible for.
Many people may need short-term help with rent or mortgage payments. Whether due to job loss or unexpected costs, these options could help.
Tips on how to find the right apartment that fits you and your lifestyle.
Use our rental property viewing checklist so you're organized and prepared when looking at rental listings.
Tip to help choose accurate, appropriate limits for your personal property and liability coverage.
There are pros & cons to both renting & owning, making the choice a bit more involved than simply going with how old you are.
If something goes wrong in your apartment, you need to know your landlord's maintenance responsibilities.
Purchasing renters insurance is a smart move.
How to navigate your rights and responsibilities as a renter.
Become a more profitable and effective landlord by not rushing through important steps, and avoiding some common landlord mistakes.
From noisy neighbors and arguments over property lines to adventurous pets, there are ways to successfully resolve disputes between neighbors.
Make sure you ask the right landlord-tenant questions before signing your lease and moving in.
Before a landlord pulls your credit report, review it for potential errors or reported debts that can be paid to better your score.
Rent, initial deposits, and fees can sometimes get tricky if they haven't been discussed with your landlord.
There’s more wiggle room for negotiating rent than some people assume. Consider our tips for negotiating apartment rent.
Taking care of your rental might allow for rent negotiations and more favorable terms of the lease.
A to do list for moving will help ease the transition, making it less stressful and chaotic.
Tips for selecting a rental storage unit, packing personal possessions, and how to protect everything.
Have all your moving questions answered by your landlord before your move in day.
A home inventory is a way to help make home or renters insurance coverage decisions & expedite the insurance claims process after theft, damage or loss.
Learn how renters insurance works and how to file a claim.
There is a connection between door hinges and home security. Certain door hinge designs may help keep your home secure.
Updating your living areas and bedrooms on a budget is easier than you think! Find easy home DIY ways to transform your home with paint, wall art, furniture, pillows and more.
Having the right amount of insurance can help protect you when you’re hosting a party. Use these tips to make sure you’re covered.
Community and urban gardens are an excellent place for growing fresh food. Learn how to secure your garden plot and how to make the most of your space.
Weigh the pros and cons before you make the big decision.
Having a basic tool set with these must have hand tools can help you be prepared for nearly everything.
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