In addition to the claim amount, you’ll need to provide documentation outlined in your policy or requested by LeaseLock, which may include the following:
- For physical damage claims, you’ll need to provide relevant documentation to evidence the claim. This includes (but isn’t limited to) a move-in and a move-out report documenting damage, dated receipts, invoices, and photos of any damage.
- For renter default claims, you’ll need to provide a copy of the payment plan agreement if you and the renter had one, documentation of efforts to repossess the property, and evidence of any eviction-related fees or expenses.
You might also be asked to provide information and documentation about how you met your obligations to mitigate loss arising out of physical damage or renter default. See the coverage summary or your policy for details.
Rental Protection is lease insurance for landlords offered through Zillow Insurance Services, LLC (“ZIS”), a licensed insurance producer (AZ license no. 3001395092, CO license no. 721581, and NC license no. 3001614207). ZIS will refer landlords that express an interest in Rental Protection to LeaseLock Insurance Services, Inc. (“LeaseLock”), a licensed third party agent and surplus lines broker, to consider securing for their benefit such coverage, if available. Rental Protection is sold and administered by LeaseLock on behalf of one or more insurance companies. Requested Rental Protection coverage may not be available in the admitted market in your state. Such insurance companies may not be subject to your state’s insurance regulations and protections. Rental Protection may not be protected under your state’s guaranty act with respect to any right of recovery for the obligation of an insolvent insurer. Availability of Rental Protection may be subject to surplus lines exportability in your state.
ZIS may receive a fee or commission in connection with the sale of Rental Protection, but is not appointed to act on behalf of any insurance company. Rental Protection is not available in all states. If you would like information about other insurance coverage options, you should consult another insurance producer.
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