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Daylight savings:  Along with resetting your clocks remember it is recommended to change your batteries in your smoke detectors and Co Alarms.  (Also, when was the last time you changed your furnace filter?  Might be a good idea to change your filter).

Remember two important annual dates for Section 8 Participants:  Annual Recertification and HQS Inspections.  What do you need to get ready?  If you need information give us a call.

As always, report, report, report… Have you had a change recently that you forgot to report to the Section 8 Department?  Remember you must report all changes within 10 days of the change occurring.

From the Office of Section 8:  Facts about Renters Insurance (adapted from Renter’s Insurance)

Renters insurance is an important insurance for those renting a house or apartment. However, it is also the most neglected insurance as renters don’t think it is important. Most renters think that their belongings while living in a house are covered by the landlord’s insurance, but this is often not the case. The landlord’s policy covers only the building and nothing inside it. Therefore, renters are on their own when it comes to covering their personal property while living in a rented dwelling. Here are some interesting facts about renters insurance:

Coverage

An interesting fact about renters insurance is that it covers most all items and incidents that take place inside of a rented house or apartment. (within your policy) Therefore, if an item is stolen from a house that has renter insurance, the policy holder would be compensated, irregardless of whether the specific item was on an insured list or not. You will have to show in good faith that the item was indeed purchased by providing an owners manual or a receipt.

A few items covered by renter’s insurance:

  • Car Coverage, Injuries, Limited Coverage, Damages Caused by Electricity,
  • Damage Caused by Earthquake, Inexpensive, Damage Caused by Flood

Most insurance companies have a plan for renters.  Call your insurance company and see what they can do for you.  Renter’s Insurance is always a good idea!

Learn how your rent is determined.

Review the tenancy addendum.

Download the Reporting Changes form.

Request for Interim Adjustment form.

 

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