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Re: Renter's Insurance

Posted by David Hoffman on January 12, 1999 at 17:43:30:

In Reply to: Renter's Insurance posted by Love on January 12, 1999 at 15:34:54:

: Call, write, or e-mail a dozen insurance companies that are listed in the phone book for the area you live in. Also do the same for a dozen insurance brokers for the area you live in. The two are not the same and you will need both sets of information. Ask the insurance companies to send you written brochures detailing the rental insurance policies they offer, a written statement of that company's policy on selling directly to the leaseholder. Some companies only allow you to buy through a broker. Ask the insurance brokers for the same information and see if they will send you in writing , with no obligation, price quotes for your apartment.
Call your Better Business Bureau, listed in phone book, and get all the information they have about the companies you contacted sent to you. Then use that information to get written quotes from the companies you think are going to give you good service. Also ask about flood insurance.

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