The Renter’s Last Rites
In the event you rent in Florida, renters insurance is pretty important. There are also other renting issues which are important too – and you don’t want to get them wrong, or it could lead to your landlord reading you the renter’s last rights as you move out!
Tenants generally organize their own Internet connection for their new apartment. These days there is some pretty exciting technology available to connect you to the world-wide-web: cable, telephone lines and even lasers! However, before your proposed services provider goes drilling holes in walls to lay cable connections, check with your landlord that it’s okay.
Some landlords will be fine with it – for them it means they don’t have to organize future connections, or it may be a bonus for them when they decide they want to re-occupy the property in future years. However, some landlords won’t want you – or any IT company – drilling holes in their walls.
Apartment hunting is a chore, but once you find your new property, don’t forget to take out Florida renters insurance to cover you for those unexpected disasters. Call us if you’re looking for an affordable renters’ policy.