Renting an apartment or house can be a great experience, but it can also be a stressful one if you fall victim to theft, fire, or another incident that results in injury or property damage. However, renters insurance can help ease your mind by providing financial coverage.

Here at RentersInsurance.com, our goal is to help you best understand your renters insurance options so that you can get the most out of your rental unit. Visit our Insurance Guide to learn more about what renters insurance is, where you can find the best prices for it, and how much you should purchase depending on your renting situation. Then, head over to the Tenant Guide to see what you need to know about your rights as a renter, how to keep your utility costs low, and how you can best increase your chances of getting your entire security deposit back.

For your personal reference, download and print out our Inventory Worksheet to get a better idea of how much your possessions are worth and what type of coverage you should be seeking. And finally, our Coffee Table blog will keep you posted on some of the best ways to get the most out of your apartment living.

  • Leonard Baron

    Our rental expert, Leonard Baron (MBA, CPA), provides the most up-to-date developments and tips for today's rental market on our Renter's Insurance blog. Leonard is a San Diego State University Real Estate Lecturer, an experienced landlord with 12 rental properties, and long-time real estate investor. He is the author of “Real Estate Ownership, Investment and Due Diligence 101 – A Smarter Way to Buy Real Estate.” Learn more about him at ProfessorBaron.com

  • Christina Sabo

    Chicago-based blogger and apartment dweller Christina Sabo writes our Coffee Table blog and is obsessed with all things interior design, DIY, and small space living. Here, she shares tips, resources, ideas, and inspiration on making your apartment living experience, no matter where you call home, an awesome one. Christina shares more photos and projects on her personal blog The Humble Nest.


Inventory Worksheet

This worksheet will help you determine what you need covered under your renters insurance policy.

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