Progressive Management Associates


Are you left wondering what is covered under a renter’s insurance policy? Imagine taking your home, turning it upside down and shaking it. Almost everything that falls out is covered under your renter’s insurance policy (your personal belongings). Most renters’ insurance policy cover:
  • Loss or damage to personal property
  • Personal liability in case of injury to others or damage to someone else's property
  • Additional living expenses when your apartment or rented home is damaged
  • Medical expenses paid to others who are injured in your apartment or rented home

The average renters policy cost anywhere from $10-$25/monthly, depending on the amount of coverage you are looking for. Don’t forget to ask about discounts for having multiple policies. You can receive up to 20% off annually by combining your car insurance policy with your renters insurance.

To get a quote please call us 703-449-1327 or if you are in the Chantilly area, stop by at our office located at 14102 Sullyfield Circle, Suite 100A, Chantilly, VA 20151. You can also fill out a quote request form on our website: We will provide you with a Renters Insurance or Auto Insurance quote promptly, by one of our licensed Insurance Agents.

In most cases, your landlord should have their own insurance policy protecting the home/structure, usually referred to as a landlord policy. This applies to rental homes, apartments, condos, manufactured homes, etc… If you are a landlord looking for details on insuring your rental property, please call us for a quote directly at 703-449-1327. PMA Insurance Services offers coverage in Virginia, Washington, DC to Idaho and Washington.
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