Apartment Insurance: How to Spend $200 Wisely This Summer


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Summer’s here, soon to be in full swing, and there’s no end to the ways you can spend $200–some wisely, others less so. Let us count the ways:

How does a kiwi-fuzz-lined bathing suit sound? This is good when you’re concerned about wearing your vitamin C. But perhaps not the wisest allocation of funds.


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Or maybe you fancy a bike with square wheels? It’s a weird contraption, and it’s a real attention-getter. But it requires a special roadway.


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Or, perhaps you’re considering getting a USB port installed in your surfboard? Sounds fanciful, but you never know when you might need to charge your device.

If you want to invest in something worthwhile, something that gives you peace of mind and actual protection, consider renter’s insurance from Gotham Brokerage. A year’s worth coverage costs $200, so it’s essentially a gift to yourself that keeps on giving. (In fact, a basic Replacement Cost policy is under $200 for most renters.) Either way, you don’t have to pay it all at once if you prefer not to. Keep your money and pay in monthly installments.

Early summer is when most apartment moves occur, and less than 10 minutes is all it takes to submit a request online, provide basic information, and get a quote right away. It’s less expensive and more convenient than you might think. And a Gotham representative is always available by phone.

Gotham has been in business in the New York rental market for 50 years; nobody knows the market better–they know what it means to rent, and they’re here to help make sure your property is protected against fire, theft, and even that negligent upstairs neighbor who forgets to turn off his water on occasion, creating the dreaded “renter’s waterfall” effect.

Peace of mind can be priceless, and summertime is as good a time as any to get some. Contact Gotham for a free quote today.

Original Article from Brownstoner

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