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Renting your home might 

Are you looking to rent out your house? If yes, are you prepared for the risks involved with renting? Renting out one of your properties can have its benefits. Primarily you will be making an extra income by doing very little. However, if you start renting out your house to other people, your regular home insurance will no longer cover you as there will be some additional risk involved. Therefore you will have to look for different ways to safeguard your property while others live in it.   

Rented Home Insurance

By renting out your property, you will now pass to be a landlord. Whether you are a completely absent landlord or are present in the property and only rent part of the house, you will want to get some protection, such as Rented Home Insurance. In this way, your property and your contents will be safe from sudden incidents that might cause extensive damage. On the other hand, the tenant renting your property will need to make sure to get extra tenant insurance to cover for his or her personal belongings. 

 

To learn more about the coverages that might be helpful for a rented home, get a free insurance quote below.

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