Any of the insurance companies that advertise on TV or the internet are fine. You have GEICO, Progressive, Liberty Mutual, Nationwide, AllState, etc. They all sell insurance for rentals, co-ops and condos. Just call and get rate quotes.
Is this insurance for a co-op or a rental? I know in my co-op, residents are required to have insurance. In a rental, it's optional, however, it's a good idea to have rental insurance because if anything happens, the landlord's insurance policy does NOT cover anything inside your apartment.... more
I had a very bad dog injury an the homeowner refuse to give my attorney the insurance company name how can I get it he's giving my lawyer a very hard time the pitbull ripped off the back of my leg please help... more
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I'm not sure what the best policy is. It's a good idea to talk to an insurance agent about it though. You could also talk to a landlord and see what they suggest. It's important to make sure you get a policy with enough coverage. http://www.sliains.com/commercial-landlord/... more
All the major companies sell homeowners insurance: GEICO, Liberty Mutual, Allstate, Nationwide, Progressive, etc. If you have car insurance, use that company and you will get a discount if you have both car and home insurance.... more