New Years Resolution: Make Sure Your Apartment Is Insured

Posted on: December 1st, 2014 at 10:00 am by
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2015 will be here before you know it, and you’re probably already thinking about the life-improving resolutions you’ll be making on New Years Eve. Exercise more, drink less, eat less junk food, be kind to strangers… all great ideas. Here’s one more: Make sure your apartment and all your belongings are insured.

Maybe insuring your apartment is something you’ve been meaning to do for a while, like putting up shelves in the living room or purging unworn clothes out of your closet. But if the worst happens — someone breaks into your apartment, your upstairs neighbor leaves his bathtub overflowing, your toaster catches fire — you’ll be glad that you got around to the easiest task on your list, calling Gotham Brokerage about your apartment insurance options.

And it is easy: Gotham Brokerage can choose the right insurance for you and set it up in as little as 20 minutes. It will be the easiest resolution you ever fulfilled, and you’ll be able to enjoy peace of mind for all of 2015. Now if only you could make yourself get out of bed for that morning jog.

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

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