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Would You Risk Losing $27,950?

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Have you ever thought about the actual value of your belongings? How much stuff you really own? You’d be surprised at how much it all adds up to! Which is why it’s important to take an inventory of your things, in case something happens. But more importantly, once you’ve done so – you really should get renters insurance. Imagine if, for some reason, your apartment caught fire – totally out of your control, and now all your things are gone! What would you do to replace $27,950* if you weren’t insured? We’ve broken down the value of a one bedroom apartment (all approximations that we’ve summed up from our living styles) to give you a little breakdown of what you’re looking at in terms of the value of your contents. It’s also a great guide to get your started on counting your own inventory of belongings!

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Protect your belongings and your liability! Through HUB International, we offer up to $100,000 in coverage for your contents, optional extras to tailor the policy for your special items and needs, between $1M or $2M in liability coverage (in case someone gets hurt at your place), and coverage for your things even when they aren’t at home. All this for as low as $19/MO. Remember, your landlord’s insurance doesn’t cover you or your belongings if an unfortunate accident happens in your space. Within your four walls is your responsibility to protect! Head over to rentmoola.com/insurance to get a quote today!

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Hailey Whitt

The author Hailey Whitt

Hailey is the Community and Design Manager at RentMoola. She's also a painter, illustrator, DIYer and yoga enthusiast.

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