Whether you live in a condo, a house, or you’re renting the place you call home, your property insurance is an important part of your financial stability. Regardless of whether you own the place you call home; an important part of your property insurance is ensuring you have adequate coverage for the contents.
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Renters: Are you going on vacation? Here’s everything you need to know before you go.
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What is identity theft?
Identity theft is a criminal offense where an individuals personal information has been compromised by someone who intends to commit fraud under the guise of your name. Your name, your drivers license, social insurance number, and many other sources can cause your identity compromised.
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Houseplants are becoming a staple of households all across Canada with the industry growing at 50% rate year over year from 2020 onward. This coupled with a wave of pandemic pets being adopted means that homes have more pets and more plants than ever before! With this information in hand, our friends at Pet Shield Insurance are working with Armour to do our part to make sure your pets are healthy in their home.
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If you're a renter, chances are you've considered tenant insurance. Tenant insurance stands apart from other types of property insurance, like home insurance, as it's not intended to cover damage to the physical space itself. Tenant insurance mainly focuses on your personal items found in your rented space, like your clothes, electronics, and other valuables.
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Tenant's insurance, sometimes referred to as renter's insurance, is usually purchased by someone renting an apartment or other property who would like to protect the contents of their home. It does protect the contents of your home, but it has some other features that can be even more valuable. It is a relatively inexpensive coverage and, as David explains in the video below, there's more to it than you might expect.
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Whether you own or rent your home, it is always a good idea to protect your belongings with a property insurance policy. While there are some big differences in a home owner's insurance policy and a renters or tenant insurance policy, they are both put in place with the same goal: to protect your property in the event of an accident or theft.