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How To Buy Renters Insurance

July 3, 2010 by  
Filed under Renters Insurance

How To Buy Renters Insurance
Watch this video for a demonstration of “How To Buy Renters Insurance”. To complete the task, you will need:

A rented apartment or house.
Belongings you want to protect.

Get started with the first step: Estimate the value of your belongings. This will help determine the level of insurance to purchase.

Here is the video on Youtube:


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