Buying a home might be the American Dream, but renting a place comes with its own share of perks.
For example, you can spend your weekends at the theme parks or farmer’s market instead of mowing the lawn or cleaning the gutters. And when maintenance problems arise, they’ll come out of your landlord’s pocket, not yours.
But there are some things that aren’t your landlord’s responsibility. That’s why it’s important to have renter’s insurance.