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Is valuable personal property coverage worth it?
Protect your high-value belongings and ensure replacement value.
You may assume that all the items in your home are covered by the personal property portion of your homeowners or renters policy. And for most people that might be true. But you may be underinsured if you have high-value items, such as artwork, jewelry or antiques.
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