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Renters Insurance for Atlanta Apartments

Did you know when unforeseen incidents occur in your Atlanta apartment that the property owner’s insurance policy will only cover their building in most cases? Whether it is a natural disaster such as flooding and lightning or man-made damage like theft or fire, an apartment dweller’s possessions need protection against harm. Renters insurance is something all residents in Atlanta apartments should consider purchasing and it’s more affordable than you might think.

Model living room at Riverside Apartment Townhomes

The 2 and 3 bedroom townhomes at Riverside are total electric for added savings!

The cost of replacing not only valuables like furniture and electronics but daily use items such as dishes and clothing can add up. In an interview with U.S. News & World Report a VP at Allstate Insurance said, “the average renter in a 2 bedroom apartment has about $30,000 worth of stuff.” Renters insurance usually start out at less than $20 a month and the peace of mind they offer Atlanta apartment residents is priceless. Riverside Apartment Townhomes in Austell, Georgia offer hassle free lifestyle with 24 hour emergency maintenance!

Renters insurance may cover more than your personal items kept at apartments in Atlanta. Most policies cover you for your liability on accidents in Atlanta apartments. For instance, what if the washing machine you own malfunctions and floods your unit and the apartment below? You will be responsible for damages to the apartment building and your neighbor’s things. A renter’s insurance policy should cover some or all of the costs and keep you on good terms with your Atlanta apartment’s landlord. The total electric 2 & 3 bedroom floor plans at Riverside Apartment Townhomes are complete with washer/dryer connections.

Apartment rentals in Atlanta are increasingly popular options for many metro Atlanta residents like those at Riverside Apartment Townhomes in Austell. Save yourself some stress and worry and shop around for the best renters insurance for your lifestyle. You can’t afford not to, right?

 

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