Summer is here, and students all over the country are moving off campus, starting summer jobs, and getting ready for another school year. It’s also a time when students may need places to stay temporarily for summer jobs, and many leave their student apartments empty when moving home for the summer. Finding a temporary place to live out of town to stay for the summer can be difficult when you’re concerned about safety and reliability.
Many people consider subletting their apartments over the summer to take advantage of all the traveling young adults and offset the costs of an empty apartment. No matter if you are on the lessee’ or lessor, you might want to consider renters insurance to ensure the safety of your valuable items.