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How To Turn Off Water to Your Home and Appliances

Whether your pipes are backed up, or you’re going out of town, here’s how to turn off the water to everything in your home, from toilets to washing machines.

Your Guide to San Francisco Renters Insurance

San Francisco renters insurance can be tricky to understand. Discover the answers to the most-asked questions so you can make the best financial decision.

Bike Theft and Renters Insurance – What You Need to Know

According to the national bike registry, 2 million bikes go missing in North America in any given year – meaning a bike gets swiped every 30 seconds, on average.

Are Your Belongings Covered in a Storage Unit?

Your renters policy covers belongings located in a storage unit, but this coverage may have limits.

How Loss of Use Works With Your Renters Insurance Policy

Loss of use in renters insurance policies provides coverage for most extra living expenses incurred if your rental becomes unlivable due to a covered peril.

The Truth About Renters Insurance: How Much Do You Really Need?

Common renters insurance policies offer $30,000 personal property protection, but some individuals may need more.

Goodcover Member Dividend 2021

Honest, transparent, and prudent with members’ money as all insurance should be. The Goodcover Member Dividend has arrived.

Explained: difference between Additional Interest and Named Insured, and what you need to know.

Insurance industry terms can be confusing. It also doesn’t help when the words are so similar. Don’t take it personally. Even landlords can confuse the terms and end up asking their tenants for the wrong information. Leading our support team, I see various types of questions and confusions around insurance, and it's our duty to help bring clarity. Among the most common mixups we come across are members asking to include their landlord or property management company in their policy as a nam

How it Works: The Regulation of Insurance Companies, aka How Goodcover Offers Lower Prices

The regulation of insurance companies is vital for consumer protection. Read on to learn about how it works and how Goodcover can offer low prices

Goodcover 1st Anniversary Highlights

One year ago we launched our modern renters insurance offering to all Californians. Here’s a recap of an uneventful... scratch that, historic year...

Goodcover's Series A Funding: Accelerating Affordable Renters Insurance Offering in California and Beyond

At Goodcover, our mission is to elevate financial peace of mind with affordable and effective insurance for all. We launched [] earlier this year with our first product, modern renters insurance. Today we’re announcing funding that will accelerate delivering on that mission. Our $7.5M Series A financing is led by Goodwater Capital, with participation from Fuel Capital, Broadhaven Ventures, Global Founders Capital, Liquid 2, a

Goodcover Member Dividend 2020

Members get a dividend this year of 1.89%. Goodcover is modeled after a cooperative where members premiums are pooled together to cover claims. Any unused portion is returned to them as an annual dividend.

Goodcover is a modern, fair, cooperative renters insurance starting at $5/mo.

Our mission is to build a community of Members enjoying financial peace of mind at the lowest possible cost. Get your instant quote and become a Member today; if you’re switching we’ll do the work for you and you’ll get a refund of anything you’ve prepaid.

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