Standard homeowner’s insurance only provides limited coverage for rental properties, so landlord policies are necessary if you have additional properties you rent. Landlord Insurance protects you from financial loss associated with natural disasters, along with unique losses that accompany bad renters, such as vandalism and theft. Policies typically cover the entire building, as well as any interior property you own, such as washers, dryers, and furniture.
As a landlord, you’re leaving your property in the hands of strangers. It’s important to protect yourself and your investments from the unpredictable, whether you’re renting out one property or hundreds. Talk to one of our South Carolina, Georgia and North Carolina based agents about getting the best coverage for your rental properties today.