Published at Tuesday, April 03rd, 2018 - 17:04:20 PM. Home Insurance. By Durand.
Home insurance for tenants is 3 times cheaper. If you rent a home, you can benefit from lower home insurance costs since you do not need all the coverages that a homeowner would need. Typical tenant insurance policy would be covering your liability (e.g. if you flood people who live under your unit) and contents of your home (e.g. expensive electronics, items of art, rare collection items). Average rental insurance costs in Ontario are $252/year ($21/month). Tenants insurance in other provinces would be comparable in terms of costs: $33/month in Quebec and $25/month in Alberta.
Buying Home insurance can always be termed as a good decision since it gives you appropriate financial cover in the event of theft, damage, robbery, earthquake, storm, or more. However, many people do not think of it as a necessity and often avoid purchasing it so as to save their money. Keeping in mind the benefits associated with home insurance, the price cannot be considered as the best comparison point. After all, it just does not cover for your home but also for your belongings and gets you monetary aid even in the case when you are liable for third party injury or property damage.
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