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Category: Claims

Just because a tenant decides to not pay rent and defaults on the lease does not mean that you have a claim under your realprotect policy. If you have selected loss of rental income coverage, this typically only pays in the event that a property is uninhabitable due to a covered insurance loss.  

If you’re interested in insuring your tenant default risk, then realprotect has partnered with Get Covered to help you insure this risk. Click here to check out Get Covered and their coverage and pricing options!

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