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This Holiday Season Give Yourself the Gift of Insurance

Posted on November 20, 2015

Holiday lightsPhoto by frankieleon via Flickr.

The holiday season doth approach, and you’ve got a lot to do. Between Thanksgiving and the New Year, you’ve got the turkey, the lights, the tree, the Hanukkah candles, the plane tickets, the wrapping paper… In all the excitement, are you forgetting something?

While you’re compiling your holiday to-do list, make sure that “get your apartment insured” is somewhere near the top. Unfortunately, ’tis the season for break-ins while you’re away on vacation, cooking accidents, and home fires caused by Christmas lights, candles, dry trees and fireplaces. There are many things you can do to prevent these mishaps, but if the worst should happen, you want to make sure your personal belongings are protected.

Fortunately, getting your apartment insured may be the easiest item to check off your to-do list. Gotham Brokerage Co., Inc. has been New York City’s most trusted source for apartment insurance for over fifty years, and they will work with you to find the best policy.

We can match a person with the right policy in about twenty minutes. And you may be surprised to find out how affordable apartment insurance is. The average cost of co-op insurance, for example, is somewhere between $230 and $280 a year. For about 75 cents a day, you can make sure, if the Grinch should happen to sneak down your chimney, that everything in your apartment can be replaced at no cost to you.

Contact us today and get started on your holiday shopping. And put yourself at the top of the list. It is the season of giving, after all.

A version of this post originally appeared on Brooklyn BasedDumbo NYCA Child Grows in BrooklynBrokelyn, and Brownstoner.