Our product is administered by Boost Insurance Agency, Inc., and underwritten by Markel American Insurance Company.
The amount of coverage you need should be based on the total value of your possessions. Before you get Contents Insurance, it’s super helpful to put together an inventory of all your belongings with an estimate of their value. It’s also worthwhile to take photos of everything.The average two-bedroom apartment has around $36K of contents(1), but that figure can vary significantly (especially if you hoard vintage trading cards). People tend to underestimate the total value of the things they own.
This is a little harder to gauge than your Contents coverage estimate. A typical Renter’s Insurance policy will include $100,000 of liability coverage, which prepares most renters for standard liability exposure.Our product’s coverage goes up to $300,000 though, in case you’re looking for greater piece of mind.
No. Your landlord's insurance covers the building’s fixtures and fittings (basically anything that won’t move if the property was turned upside down and shaken) but it almost never covers your personal belongings or liability.
Nope. You can either buy Liability Insurance as a standalone policy or Liability and Contents Insurance together.
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