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Last updated: 17 December 2020
Insurance for renters will protect your contents against theft, loss or damage while you are living in your rented home.
Get as many online quotes as possible, so you can find the cover you need at the cheapest price.
If you are a landlord, you can compare landlord contents insurance here.
Paying for your policy in full can help save you money, as insurers charge interest for paying monthly. You can also save if you buy online.
Check the maximum contents cover in this comparison, to find a policy that offers protection for all of your belongings. You should also consider:
|Personal possessions cover||This protects things like jewellery and gadgets, while they are away from your home. Check the cover per valuable is enough to replace the most expensive item you own.|
|New for old cover||This provides a brand new replacement if your contents are damaged, lost or stolen. If the exact item is not available, your insurer will pay for you to get a similar model of the same value.|
|Tenants' liability||This covers repair or replacement costs if you accidentally damage your rental property, e.g. you spill wine on the carpet. Most renters policies include this as standard, but check your documents to be sure.|
You may still need insurance to protect your own things like televisions, laptops, CDs, DVDs, books, clothing and valuables.
No, it is your landlord's responsibility to insure the building. However, you may be asked to pay the cost of the premium in your tenancy agreement.
It covers you if you accidentally cause damage to your rented property, e.g. if you stain the carpet. Most renters' policies include it as standard.
Yes, you will be charged an excess if you claim on your policy. This could be anything between £50 and £200, so check your documents for details.
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