The Tenant Protector Plan ® provides additional protection to you, as a landlord, and your tenant for tenant-caused negligent losses. Whether you want to add the Tenant Protector Plan ® to your single family dwelling or a large apartment complex, National Real Estate Insurance Group is here to help.
You can purchase the Tenant Protector Plan ® as a stand-alone option or combine with property and liability coverage. Submit your property information using our online proposal request, and receive a custom proposal. An agent will contact you to go over your insurance options and help you choose the best coverage for your business.
Start a proposal request to get your Tenant Protector Plan ® today!
Protection for you,
as a landlord
as a landlord
- $50,000 limit of liability for tenant-caused negligent losses for:
- Vandalism (not intentional by the tenant)
- Sewer & Drain Back-up
- $1,000 Skip Rent Coverage
- Your tenants receive $10,000 of contents coverage following a covered peril property loss. Because of this benefit, many investors choose to pass the cost of the Tenant Protector Plan on to their tenants.
- Coverage for contents for non-negligent tenants of affected units, with a $2,500 sublimit. Subject to a maximum of $7,500 per occurrence.
If you don’t already insure your rental properties with National Real Estate Insurance Group, we offer one of the most comprehensive insurance solutions for investment properties. Our products can accommodate almost any type of investment properties.
When insuring your properties with NREIG, you can make coverage changes and pay for coverage as-you-go. Our clients can choose to manage their account online 24/7 or with a dedicated Client Service Representative.
To learn more about the Tenant Protector Plan, read one of our articles or go to the Resource Center to learn more about different insurance topics.
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