Renters Insurance in Multi States
For landlords with rental units in St, Louis, Illinois, Kansas, Oregon and Arkansas renters property insurance makes sure their properties are protected should there be an accident. If a rental home burnt down while tenants were out boating on the Missouri River or jogging at Rabbit Run Park, a renters property insurance policy may reimburse the landlord for the loss of the building. If you have rental units, renters property insurance is not optional. It is the only way to make sure you are financially protected in the event of a fire.
Dwelling Fire Insurance
Because many claims made on rental property insurance policies are for fire damage, this type of insurance is sometimes called dwelling fire insurance. Unlike condo, homeowners and renters insurance, a dwelling fire policy doesn’t insure the items in a home. Instead, it insures the physical structure, itself. Since the policy generally limits coverage to the building, a dwelling fire insurance policy is less expensive than an insurance policy that insured the building and items inside it would be.
An Agency That’s Available
When purchasing a dwelling fire insurance policy, it is important to work with an agency that is always available. Fires don’t limit themselves to business hours, and neither should your insurance agency. That’s why at GTW Insurance, we strive to be available anytime you need us. Whether you work all day and just have a question, or there was a fire in the middle of the night, we want to be prepared to help you when you need assistance. Call our insurance agency right now, and we’ll answer any questions you have about insuring rental properties in Missouri, Illinois, Arkansas, Oregon and Kansas.