March 2019 Newsletter
We know, all this serious stuff is a drag, month after month..... just hear us out!
Storm season is technically only 3 months away. NO one wants to think about that but we're talking about it now because this is the time to consider certain precautions.
Specifically, renter's insurance. Not a very popular or even engaging topic but important nonetheless.
Let us give you a basic fact about insurance as it relates to what the property owner's coverage does and doesn't do.
The homeowner's policy covers the building and outbuildings-it does not typically cover the contents if they are not residing in the home. Thus the contents-your possessions as a renter-are not covered in event of storm, disaster, break in, etc.
It's that simple. In the event of a severe storm/hurricane (as well as other events) it is up to you to protect the contents of your home. If you would like more details about this, email MARKETING and we'll send you further information.
There are many options now for renter's insurance and it is relatively reasonable. Depending on whom your carrier is for other insurances you may have, check to see if they offer it. We know of at least 4 carriers. Here's a helpful link to compare a few....
If you do nothing else, we're just asking that you look into it (and we're here to help if you need us). The season predictions are already surfacing so it will be upon us soon. Remember what Michael did in Florida at the end of last season and evaluate your options!
The FPM Properties Team
Disclosure: First Place Management Properties, LLC is "not" a real estate brokerage and does not lease or sell properties.
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