Renters Insurance

what you need to know (and why you should probably get it)

It covers your personal property in circumstances like theft, fires, natural disasters, and more. Obviously there’s exceptions and exclusions, but, in general, your stuff is covered when the crap hits the fan.

The Best Defense

what to do before you move in, and while you live someplace

Read your lease carefully. Understand everything and ask questions. Leases can be changed if your landlord is open to it, so if you find something unreasonable, alter it, cross it out, or make additions to it.

Renter’s Cheat Sheets

Here are some helpful tips for the serious renter. Cut them out. Laminate them. Place them in silver, heirloom frames and pass them on to the next generation.

Deciding What & How to Rent

Deciding between a home or apartment and Deciding between mom-n-pop or rental company

If a fire were to break out or a burglar entered your place, an apartment has the added safety of extra eyes/ears to prevent or stop them.

Tales From the Rental

local landlords share their odd and horrific tenant stories

"When they were moving out we went to the basement and when we opened the furnace it was filled with empty beer bottles and plastic cups filled with urine."

What Landlords Look for in a Renter

personal qualities and background info that’s important to landlords

“We hope for people interested in the property as a place to live, not just camp.

Landlords’ Pet Peeves

a smattering of things that grind area landlords’ gears

“Not getting along, and being petty about what the neighbors are doing. In a duplex, say if they’re running down the hallway too fast … don’t call the landlord.”

Chippewa Valley Urban Living is sponsored by:

Pablo Group Eau Claire

Pablo Group
Hospitality, Entrepreneurship, Urban Living, Real Estate

Chippewa Valley Urban Living is sponsored by:

Pablo Group Eau Claire

Pablo Group
Hospitality, Entrepreneurship, Urban Living, Real Estate