Landlord insurance protects landlords not only against property damage but also against the loss of rental income. This means that if your tenant wants to move out without notice or to move out at the end of the lease without paying the remaining rent, your landlord rent insurance will cover your losses and help you stay on track. Moreover, landlord rent insurance also provides protection against tenants who refuse to pay their rent or vacate the premises, as well as when a tenant faces a financial hardship or passes away.
If your property is no longer fit to be leased following malicious damage caused by a tenant or if its contents have suffered significant damages as a result of an insured event and the property can no longer provide reasonable living conditions, landlord rent insurance covers for the associate loss of rent.
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