Do you know that your personal possessions are not covered by your landlord’s rental property insurance policy? Just because you don’t own a house, does not mean your home shouldn’t have quality insurance protection. At Clark Insurance, we can work closely with you to ensure you get the right renter’s insurance policy for your needs as well as your budget.
Since you may not be certain of your renter’s insurance needs, we’ll take the time to get to know you so we can recommend the appropriate level of protection for your personal property. In fact, most renters underestimate the value of their belongings and personal property. Our team of professional agents can create a customized policy for you based on a variety of coverage options. While each policy will be different, we offer protection for:
Damage to personal property
Theft of personal property
Medical expenses if a guest gets injured on your property
Additional living expenses if damages leave your home uninhabitable
Get the coverage you deserve
Whether you rent an apartment, house, condo, or other type of home, you cannot rely on your landlord’s insurance to protect your personal belongings! Even if you are just looking for short term insurance, our dedicated agents want to make sure you understand your renter’s insurance needs and the type of coverage that would work best for you.
At Clark Insurance, we’re here to make sure renters in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts are protected from theft, fire, weather damages, law suits, and other risks. In order to learn more about your renter’s insurance options and the average cost of this type of policy, please call our Portland, ME office at (207) 774-6257, our Manchester, NH office at (603) 622-2855 or our Lowell, MA office at (978) 459-0505. You also can take advantage of our free online quote form.
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