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Renting your first apartment: Expenses and insurance tips

Essential expenses to consider when renting an apartment

Prioritize budgeting for your rental journey. Ensure your bank account can cover rental fees, household expenses (food, cable, telephone), healthcare costs, rental insurance, medical expenses, and unexpected incidents.

Renting an apartment: the importance of insurance

Should I get insurance for my rental apartment? Proof of content insurance is often required by landlords. While the landlord covers the unit/building, insuring your apartment contents against theft, fire, flooding, or accidents is highly recommended. Moreover, safeguarding your health is crucial. Unexpected healthcare expenses can strain your budget if you're not adequately prepared.

Exploring health insurance options for your independence

Find a plan tailored to your needs and witness how health insurance seamlessly integrates into your independent lifestyle.
With our Blue Cross health insurance plan, shield your well-being and finances from unexpected expenses. Rest easy, knowing you're safeguarded for medical costs beyond OHIP coverage.