You come home from a long day at UT Arlington. Or you finally get through traffic on 360 and pull into your apartment complex. You walk up to the second floor only to find the door to your apartment kicked open and your things dumped all over the floor. From the doorway you can tell your bike and flat-screen are gone. What else did they take? Maybe the intruder didn’t kick in the door. Maybe they came in through the ceiling. You come home and see your ceiling is sagging from the tub over flowing from upstairs. Your furniture is ruined. And your laptop is now a large wet paperweight.
Owners of apartment complexes and other leased residences purchase insurance for their properties, but these typically do not cover the losses you can suffer after burglaries, fire and other hazards. A lot of apartments now require renter’s insurance because renter’s insurance, does cover loss or damage to personal property. It also can reimburse you for temporary living expenses if you are forced out of your apartment or lease home during reconstruction. It even protects your valuables away from home.
So which is easier, paying a few dollars a day or having to buy everything new when a tornado touches down in Grand Prairie? Give us a call at 817-635-0375 and tell us a little about your Arlington renters insurance situation and a licensed agent will get you a quote. Low Rate Insurance Agency can help you find the right coverage at the right price in minutes.