Tenant Insurance

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When you plan to rent a house or condo, you do not need to insure the cost of the rental property structure since that is insured by your landlord. However, you will be responsible for your own belongings and any personal injury to others while on your premises. You may also be responsible for damage to the building in unique scenarios, e.g. theft, vandalism, glass damage.

With us, you will have the flexibility to select a tenants policy that specifically suits your needs in terms of perils you want to insure against, property you want to protect, and with coverage limits that makes the most sense for you.

Ensure you familiarize yourself with the specifics of your policy, since all policies will differ in terms of coverages, limits and exclusions. However, most tenants policies will share the same base coverages.


During the quoting process, we will also leverage your profile details to gain access to the most discounts possible among our insurance company partners. Details such as claims history, age of home, alarm system, and others, may decrease your premium with certain insurers. Ask one of our advisors for more details.


For information on the claims process, click here.

Policy Components

Basic Coverages

Optional Coverage

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