Landlord Insurance

Landlord Insurance FAQs

arrow How much loss of rents insurance coverage do I need?

As a landlord your primary risk to steady income is a sudden loss of rental income from tenants. This can be very stressful as most landlords rely on that rental income to cover the mortgage and other monthly expenses. Read more...

arrow Should I require renters insurance from my tenants?

Landlord insurance will cover your liability and protect against damage to the building but it will not cover any of the tenant’s personal property. For this reason alone it is in the best interest of the tenant to have renters insurance so they know their stuff is protected. Read more...

arrow What does landlord liability insurance cover?

Landlord liability insurance is a coverage included in most home insurance policies designed for rental property owners. Landlord insurance will include coverage for the property and some contents but one of the most important coverage items is liability insurance. Read more...

arrow Do I need landlord insurance if I rent a condo?

The risk to a landlord is the same whether you rent a single family home or condo. If you own a rental property that is rented to others be sure to have the proper insurance policy. Most homeowners think their current home insurance policy will cover them if they own a condo that is a rental unit. Think again. Read more...

arrow How to screen tenant's credit and criminal background.

It is always recommended that you screen each potential renter for a criminal background and credit check. LandlordInsuranceQts.com has teamed up with TransUnion a global leader in credit and information management to provide landlords with a web-based rental screening solution. Read more...

arrow What are my responsibilities as a landlord to the tenant?

There are many responsibilities that come with owning a rental income property but none more important than those that affect the safety of your renter. Your tenant's safety should be your utmost concern because if something happens to them in your rental unit you can be held liable. We will discuss the most common items you should be concerned with regarding being a landlord.. Read more...