One Simple Step to Protect Your Hard-Earned Money

Posted on: February 29th, 2016 at 10:15 am by

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You work hard, spend long hours commuting, and spend your precious free time thinking about ways to make your life more fulfilling. Eat healthier. Go to the gym. Make smarter decisions with your money.

For that last one, there’s one simple thing you can do right away. In a matter of minutes, and for less money than you might expect (about 75 cents a day), you can insure your apartment and everything in it.

Few of us think twice about taking the time to plan for a better job or a trip to an exotic place, but what about taking a moment to plan for the kind of things that could derail our whole year — be it a break-in, a kitchen fire, or the upstairs neighbors leaving their bathtub running? Renters insurance from Gotham Brokerage Co., Inc. can make sure that an unforeseen event doesn’t cause you to lose everything you’ve worked so hard for.

Go with Gotham and you’ll get peace of mind from a family business rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau. They’re state-licensed and work with the best insurance carriers to make sure you get the most comprehensive and competitively priced coverage. Best of all, they’re extremely easy to work with: Gotham Brokerage can choose the right insurance for you and set it up in as little as 20 minutes.

Knowing that you’re prepared for whatever comes your way will leave room for concentrating on the more important things in life. Contact Gotham for a free quote.

Let Gotham show you how getting NYC apartment insurance is fast, friendly, affordable, and easy.

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