Although renters insurance is not required in Hawaii, some landlords require tenants to purchase a renters insurance policy. Your landlord’s insurance policy typically covers the structure itself and what they own, and does not protect your personal belongings. Without a renters insurance policy, any damaged or stolen property would need to be replaced out-of-pocket.
Renters insurance rates will vary and may be dependent on factors like the following:
A standard renter insurance policy typically includes the following coverages:
Your renters insurance coverage should be enough to replace all of your personal possessions. If you are unsure of what coverages you need, please consult with an insurance agent to discuss the amount of coverage you need.
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