Renting out a home? Make sure you get the right insurance!

Are you an "accidental landlord"? There are more of them these days.They are the people who never intended to be landlords, but maybe they bought a new house and couldn't sell the old one, so they're renting it out.  Some are those who bought a vacation home, but find they must bring in short-term tenants to cover higher-than-expected costs.  Well listen up, virgin landlords: You need to revisit your homeowner’s insurance policy now. Your existing policy may not cut it anymore. Most cover owner-occupied homes, and yours no longer qualifies. If you're only taking in renters a few weeks per year, your homeowner’s policy will typically provide coverage. But when rentals become more than occasional, your homeowner’s policy will need to be changed and you need to ENSURE you get the correct coverage. At Advanced Bio Treatment we are only all too familiar with what can happen in a rental home.  Crime,…