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Did you recently sign a lease for an apartment? Is the complex requesting “Renters Insurance” before they give you the keys?
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A 2016 Insurance Information Institute poll conducted by ORC International found that 95 percent of homeowners had homeowner’s insurance. Among renters, only 41 percent said they had renter’s insurance.
The Khosh Group can assist you with renter’s insurance coverage. Call 443-866-4370 for all questions.
*Statistics provided by iii.org
LearnLux Lesson Spotlight 📚 Renters Insurance⠀
Renters insurance covers you for for a bunch of different kinds of liability. 💸⠀
If someone gets hurt in your apartment and sues the shit out of you, the medical bills and court fees are covered. 🤕⠀
If a tree falls through your roof, your renters insurance will put you up in a hotel and pay for your meals. 🌲⠀
If your apartment gets broken into and your prized Furby collection is stolen, renters insurance will give you money to replace it 💰⠀
Do you have renters insurance? Why or why not? 🏡
Turkey Day is almost here. Are you ready to gobble up? Just make sure you follow these TIPS:
• Never leave food on the stove or in the oven unattended.
• Avoid wearing loose-fitting clothing and long sleeves that can easily catch fire while cooking.
• Keep children away from the cooking area; watch them closely if they insist on being mini chefs.
• Keep flammable items like potholders and paper or plastic bags away from the stove and oven.
• Turn pan handles toward the back of the stove to prevent accidental knock overs.
• Make sure you have a working smoke alarm on each level of the home, and inside and outside bedrooms
Also, keep safety in mind when using a turkey fryer. A TURKEY FRYER can go from start to fire in less than a minute‼️
If putting some yummy in your tummy includes frying a turkey, do it ONLY OUTSIDE and AWAY from your home. Away from your home means NOT inside your garage or on your porch. Do not overfill the oil in the turkey fryer, and always keep an eye on the bird when it is in the fryer.
Snow will be here before we know it! Here are some tips for driving in the snow
❄️ Dont power up hills
❄️ Know your breaks
❄️ Don’t try to stop while going up hill
❄️ The normal dry pavement following distance of three to four seconds should be increased to eight to ten seconds
Is your rental a short-term rental, like a vacation property? If so, your regular homeowner's insurance may cover it. If not, you'll need a landlord policy to cover your rental. It's always best to make sure you have proper rental property insurance. #AAGInsurance#RentersInsurance
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Here are tips for making sure you’re protected in the event of a wildfire
➖First, make sure you’re fully covered by insurance. You don’t want to rely on FEMA -- that’s a needs-based program and the maximum grant is $32,000.
➖You want to be sure you have enough insurance to rebuild from the ground up. Here’s what will help you determine that: the cost to rebuild in most parts of California is $130 - $180 per square foot. Do the math and confirm with your insurance company that your coverage meets those numbers.
➖Take a thorough home inventory. This means more than taking pictures and videos. Last year, in the Bay Area fires, some homeowners had to account for every single item they lost -- down to every fork and sock. They took heavy hits when they couldn’t complete a detailed inventory.
➖If you live in a high fire risk area, insurance experts recommend buying as much Extended Replacement Cost Coverage as you can afford. If you need to rebuild, this covers you beyond your policy limits.
➖Finally, don’t just rely on what the insurance company tells you. Do some homework -- double check what they advise. Document every conversation with them -- including the date and the name of the person you spoke with.