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Washington Renters Insurance

Sometimes referred to as apartment insurance, Washington rental insurance is now available to protect your possessions inside your rented apartment, condo, or home. Most policies also provides $100,000 in liability insurance for accidents. The average policy in Washington is only $17 a month! Unfortunately, many tenants find out the hard way that they are not included on their landlord’s homeowners policy, nor can they be legally added on. Your landlord’s policy protects only the building and not the contents of that building, which means your belongings would not be replaced is there was a fire or theft!

Washington is one of the larger states in the US. Because it is the northernmost state there is plenty of rain, snow, hail and ice to contents with for six to eight month of the year. The basic renters insurance plan will cover your possessions from these weather conditions as well as things like theft and water damage. Water damage is different from flooding and should you be in a low-lying area, flood insurance is easily added to your policy. If you have high price items that need to be covered you can obtain additional coverage at a reasonable rate. Get a free quote today and see how inexpensive it is to protect your belongings.

The Washington State Office of the Insurance Commissioner has made tenants insurance much easier to obtain a policy with the best coverage. Every plan is tailor-made to meet your specific needs, so complete our short form to be contacted by an agent in your area to get a free quote and create the plan that fits your needs.

You really cannot beat this investment for any lifestyle in Washington State. With thousands of dollars worth of possessions in your rented Seattle condo, apartment, or home, you cannot afford not to have coverage. Take an inventory, and record the replacement costs. Washington State is on the high end of the cost of living index, so the question to ask yourself is, “Could I afford to replace the average $20,000 worth of my belongings, if a disaster should occur?” Don’t decide too late to get protected with renters insurance.