Are you renting a property in Illinois? Like renters anywhere, you should be clear on your rights and obligations as a renter. Read your lease agreement carefully, and don’t sign it until you understand the terms and conditions. You should also take out renters insurance and do some research by reading some of the free resources available to renters.
As in any economy, service businesses are an important component of the Illinois economy. From banking and accounting to legal services, as a service business owner you probably already have some coverage under different types of commercial insurance. Depending on your policy, commercial insurance can provide a broad level of coverage for different requirements.
Are you an Illinois renter looking for a rental property? These quick tips could help you secure a more attractive property suitable for your requirements. Some of the basic things to keep in mind are to take time in finding a property, avoid rushing into an agreement, and to check your documentation carefully before signing.
Numbers of individuals living alone are increasing. A census report listing statistics of sole occupancy between 1940-2000, and anecdotal, media and publishing information would suggest that the trend is continuing. Where once sole occupancy may have been borne of necessity, current trends suggest that more people are electing to live alone. For many living solo, renting is still their first option, which raises questions about insurance.
One of the most memorable quotes about life comes from the movie Forest Gump, ‘Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get.’ It’s also something to think about in terms of the commercial insurance for your Illinois business. Movie quotes and insurance? Are we kidding you? Not really…