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La Familia Auto Insurance Blog: renters insurance

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Many homes today have several types of electronics. You may have a big screen TV. You may have one or more laptops, computers, tablets, and even a smartphone. Add to this other gear you own, such as gaming systems and speakers, and it can add up very quickly.  READ MORE >>

Becoming a renter for the first time may be an eye-opening experience, especially for young adults preparing to move out of their parents’ home. But with a little advance preparation and knowledge, the process can be a much simpler transition. We’ve compiled a few tips to help you begin the newest phase in your life. READ MORE >>

Sometimes it can seem like you pay for insurance and never see a benefit from it. Most people don't want to have to use their insurance because that means they are facing some type of loss. However, it's always wise to have car insurance and renters insurance in place, along with other policies as needed. READ MORE >>

While it's nice to pay less for insurance, you also don't want to be underinsured in case of emergency. You'll need enough renters insurance to cover your needs without burning an unnecessary hole into your budget? Ask yourself these three questions. How Much Is My Property Worth? READ MORE >>

When purchasing renters insurance, many insurance providers give you the option of paying your premiums either monthly, biannually, quarterly or annually. Paying an inexpensive sum each month may seem like an attractive option, but it can actually cost you more in the long run. Why? There are two main reasons. READ MORE >>

In the past, rental properties were thought of as temporary or transitional residences for people. More often than not, only young people rented apartments.  If you were single, perhaps you waited until you got married to purchases a home with your significant other. READ MORE >>

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