Please see the attached regarding the Wyndham Hill Pool Party on July 12th. Also, please remember to R.S.V.P. by July 6th so we may plan accordingly.
Many people feel renters insurance is not necessary. We would like to ask that you read the information below, and seriously consider purchasing coverage.
A landlord’s insurance policy, covers the building and any outbuildings and protects the landlord against lawsuits arising out of accidents on the property. However, landlord insurance does not cover the personal possessions of the tenant. This is a piece of information that seems to come as a shock to many tenants after disaster strikes.
Some renters may assume that they are covered by some mythical insurance umbrella held by the landlord, others simply do not associate the need for insurance with their own circumstances until it is too late.
If you rent, look around. You probably have a pretty substantial amount invested within those walls you do not own. A stereo, high-def TV, a business and a leisure wardrobe, all of those small appliances in the kitchen, the electronics in the study; even if your furniture was bought second hand or from WalMart it all adds up and should disaster strike, everything will have to be replaced out of pocket.
And there is the matter of liability. Should your television repairman trip on the front walk he will probably sue your landlord. But if the repairman takes a swan dive over a poorly positioned coffee table inside your apartment or if sweet little Fluffy decides that his ankle looks like lunch it will not be your landlord’s problem. It will be yours.
Tenant’s insurance covers personal property within a home or apartment against the same types of loss covered by homeowners insurance – fire, theft, vandalism, and water damage (but not flood damage and probably not earthquake damage either) as well as protecting your interests should someone have an accident within your dwelling unit for which you might be held liable.
If you would like additional information regarding the low cost of renters insurance, we encourage you to call our Keychain Discount Club member, the State Farm Insurance agency of Tad Hankins. If you already have car insurance with State Farm, he may quite well even be able to get you a discount!
Tad Hankins agency info is:
3283 E Paris Ave SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49512-2962
Phone: (616) 942-1940
Mon-Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm
Fox Sports is back on! A settlement has been reached, and we have it back.
As some of you may have noticed, DISH Network has stopped the broadcast of Fox Sports Detroit. This is not the fault of our carrier, Suite Solutions. Instead, it is a result of contract negotiations between DISH Network, and Fox broadcasting over fees. This could possibly affect your ability to view Pistons basketball games (preseason begins Monday), or Red Wings regular season games which begin this Friday.
Below is an email received by Cambridge Partners because many residents were extras in this movie. Please do not reply to this post, but contact the office for details on setting up a group.ell, the big day is finally arriving.
“We are opening “The Genesis Code” on Friday, August 27 in the Loeks and Goodrich theaters in West Michigan. Since your company was a big part of making this happen, I thought you might be interested in discounted group tickets that Celebration Cinema is offering.
The film will run a minimum of 2 weeks, beginning Aug 27. If you want to put together a group of 15 or more, Celebration Cinema will provide tickets at $7 instead of the normal $9.50. I think they also provide some deal on popcorn/soda too.”