Hunting at home during the pandemic undoubtedly made some people think about their living space: new pillows, a better sofa, maybe a new color.
For some, however, the tenant's insurance came to mind.
Google's searches for "rental insurance" so far in 2021 have increased by 265% compared to 2019 – indicating a significant increase in demand as people move to the new normal caused by the pandemic. And the new standard is, according to Expertise.com, which conducted a survey of 1,000 American adults in September: much can go wrong.
Among the most important results: 49% of those with rental insurance took out insurance during the COVID-19 pandemic "due to being home more often."
"Liability insurance becomes more important when the chance of someone being injured on the property increases. If tenants cause a visitor to fall and be injured in their home, such as a supplier, liability protection can help protect them if the injured person continues disputes," Expertise found "Taking out a rental insurance policy is a cheap way for tenants to protect themselves against these dangers and it is obvious that many decided to do so during the COVID-1