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What is Renters Insurance?
If you live in a rented apartment, condominium or home, you need to protect yourself and your space from the unexpected. Because your landlord’s insurance policy doesn’t cover your belongings, renters insurance is a smart choice for safeguarding yourself in the event of theft, sewer backup damage, hurricanes and more. With renters insurance from Nationwide, you can customize a policy that suits your lifestyle and budget.
Nationwide offers three simple ways to get a rental insurance quote. Click Get a Renters Insurance Quote above, call us at 1-877-669-6877 or find a Nationwide agent near you to get started
6 Reasons to Choose Nationwide for Rental Insurance
Nationwide renters coverage can help protect what matters most. Get coverage that helps replace your belongings with brand new items.
When tragedy strikes, we’re standing by to help you get your home back to normal fast. Our renters insurance professionals will handle your claim with care and efficiency.
Competitive renters insurance coverage
What does renters insurance cover? Renters insurance can help replace your valuables if you become the victim of theft and other accidents. Find out more.
Bundle and save when you combine your rental policy with auto insurance. You can also lower your renters insurance rates with a protective device discount and claims-free discount.
Renters insurance quotes by state
Our competitive renters insurance rates allow you to protect your property without breaking the bank. Find renters insurance by state and start your quote.
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Make sure your renters insurance keeps up with your life. A Nationwide insurance agent can help you choose the coverage and discounts that fit your needs and your budget.
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