Protecting Your Tenants

Whether it’s the fresh paint job, new appliances or upgraded lighting, you do everything you can to make sure your tenants feel at home in your building. By sharing the news about a renters policy you can help them feel good about protecting their belongings too–and save yourself a potential headache.

Many renters mistakenly believe that your building policy covers their possessions. So naturally, in the event of fire, theft, water damage and other perils, your tenants look to you for help. But with a renters policy your tenants can protect their TV’s, computers, furniture and more, for just a few dollars a month.

Please have your tenants contact me today at (317) 886-0081 to learn more.

We know what it takes to provide renters with the right amount of coverage at the right price. Our renters policies include the following coverage highlights:

  • Coverage for lost or damaged property due to theft, fire, smoke, lightning, explosion, vandalism, and water damage.
  • Liability coverage is included, which protects against injury to others or damage to their property.
  • Your tenants could qualify for money-saving discounts if you’ve installed special items
    like burglar alarms, sprinklers and deadbolt locks.

Most policies are backed by rapid 24/7 claims assistance and dedicated, personal service from a local, independent agent like me. Please give me a call at (317) 886-0081 to discuss how a Renter’s policy can provide your tenants with outstanding protection and peace of mind and can help protect you.

Author: Scott Lynch Agency

The Scott Lynch Agency serving the States of Indiana and Ohio as a multiple line insurance agency. We offer business and personal insurance to cover your property, your liability and your life. Call us at (317) 886-0081 for a no obligation consultation.

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