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Find the Best Renters Insurance in Tulsa, OK

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    by Sandi Pope ConsumerAffairs Research Team

    Renting is a popular option for many retirees, young families and busy professionals in Tulsa, but people should protect from disaster with renters insurance. We put together a comprehensive guide to cover the basics of getting coverage and a list of the best renters insurance companies in Tulsa.

    Top 9 Tulsa Renters Insurance Companies


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      In 2017, more than 35% of Tulsa residents were renters. For these people, renters insurance provides financial protection when possessions are lost or damaged by theft, vandalism or fire.

      Young professionals and families in areas like Cherry Street and the Riverview Historic District often purchase renters insurance to ensure their smartphones, bicycles, computers and photography equipment can be replaced in case of loss or damage. Retirees in towns like Coweta buy renters insurance to protect their antiques, electronics and other expensive items they’ve acquired.

      Renters insurance quotes in Tulsa

      Renters insurance in Tulsa typically starts around $10 to $15 a month for an average of $120 a year. Deductibles for basic renters insurance plans are usually about $500. Cheap renters insurance policies are ideal for:

      • Families on a budget
      • College students at the University of Tulsa or Oral Roberts University
      • People who don’t have many valuables

      A basic renters insurance plan covers up to $12,000 in lost or damaged personal property and up to $10,000 in legal liability, which helps if you are found responsible for someone getting hurt in your home. Although basic policies cost less per month, they have a long list of coverage exceptions.

      Mid- and high-level coverage options cost more upfront but offer more comprehensive coverage. Premium renters policies cost around $400 a year, but they cover up to $100,000 in property loss or damage and liability.

      If you are worried about losing specific items you own, such as expensive artwork or jewelry, make sure your policy covers these items. You can also purchase a rider to ensure your family heirlooms and valuable items are covered. You can usually add coverage in increments of $10,000, which raises monthly premiums by $15 or $20.

      If you’re on a strict budget, look for opportunities for discounts. Many companies let you bundle renters insurance with other policies for a reduced cost.

      Finding a Tulsa renters insurance company

      As you search for renters insurance companies in Tulsa, it’s essential to check reviews, ask for references and get referrals from family and friends. Check each company to see how it handles claims and if other customers are happy with its payouts and customer service.

      It’s crucial to read the fine print and discuss coverage specifics before buying renters insurance in Tulsa. As you talk with insurance companies, ask about the appraisal process and what to expect when determining what is covered. An insurance expert can help you decide on the deductible and coverage options that are right for you.

      Is renters insurance required in Tulsa?

      No, there are no state or federal laws that require tenants to purchase renters insurance in Tulsa. However, it is legal for a landlord to require tenants to provide proof they have renters insurance. Before you sign your lease, ask your landlord about what coverage they expect.

      If you aren't sure whether you need renters insurance in Tulsa, ask yourself these questions:

      • Does my landlord require it?
      • Do I live in an area that has a high property crime rate?
      • Do I live in an area with a high chance of severe weather?
      • Would I be unable to pay the medical bills if my pet bit someone?
      • Do I own any items that are very expensive to repair or replace?

      If you answered yes to any of these questions, renters insurance might be a smart idea.

      Your renters rights in Tulsa

      As a renter in Tulsa, you have a specific set of rights. You protected by the Fair Housing Act and other federal laws that bar discrimination based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status or disability.

      Tulsa residents looking for more information on renters rights and resources should check out these sites:

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        Tulsa renters insurance company information

        A-Affordable Insurance

        A-Affordable Insurance lets customers access their policies online 24/7. It connects customers with experienced insurance agents to help them find the right renters insurance policy. The company offers free quotes when you call the office or submit a quote request online, and its bilingual agents help customers in English and Spanish.

        • Address: 1635 S. Harvard Ave., Tulsa, OK 74112
        • Phone: (918) 749-9500
        • Hours: M - F: 9am - 5:15pm; Sat: 9:30am - 1:15pm
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        Bracken Insurance Agency

        Bracken Insurance’s agents break down renters policies in simple terms so you understand precisely what is covered. Once your agent understands your needs, they create a custom package for you. The company specializes in personal property and liability coverage options. Bracken partners with several of the area's most well-known insurance providers, including Allstate, Foremost Insurance, Mercury Insurance and MetLife.

        • Address: 9717 E. 42nd St., Ste. 105, Tulsa, OK 74146
        • Phone: (918) 744-4440
        • Hours: M - F: 8:30am - 5pm
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        Sawyer Phillips Insurance

        Sawyer Phillips Insurance gives customers access to an online portal that allows them to view their policies 24/7. The company partners with many national insurance carriers, including Progressive, MetLife and Liberty Mutual. Its agents break down complicated insurance policies to help customers understand their coverage options before signing.

        • Address: 6666 S. Sheridan Road, Ste. 220, Tulsa, OK 74133
        • Phone: (918) 794-4000
        • Hours: M - F: 8am - 5pm
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        State Farm Renters Insurance Tulsa

        State Farm’s affordable renters insurance covers your belongings inside your home and extends to storage units and when you travel. Coverage applies to any items in your car that are not attached to the vehicle. The company provides loss-of-use benefits if you're displaced because of fire or unlivable conditions. Customers get a discount when they bundle with car insurance.

        • Address: 8287 S. Memorial Drive, Tulsa, OK 7413
        • Phone: (918) 994-5400
        • Hours: M - F: 8:30am - 5:30pm
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        Shelter Renters Insurance Tulsa

        Shelter Insurance helps customers all across the country and has locations in the Tulsa area. Many of its policies come with discounts, including a companion discount for bundled plans.

        • Address: 6373 S. Memorial Drive, Ste. A3, Tulsa, OK 74133
        • Phone: (918) 250-2203
        • Hours: Call for hours
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        Nick Smith Insurance Agency

        Nick Smith Insurance Agency provides policies from Farmers Insurance, which is a nationally recognized insurance agency with locations in Tulsa. Farmers agents pride themselves on helping customers plan for unexpected emergencies and restoring order when disaster strikes. More than 10 million households across all 50 states use Farmers.

        • Address: 5014 E. 101st St., Ste. 102, Tulsa, OK 74137
        • Phone: (918) 663-0063
        • Hours: M - F: 8:30am - 5:30pm
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        by Sandi Pope ConsumerAffairs Research Team

        Sandi Pope previously worked in the nonprofit sector as an advocate for environmental and social change and believes information access is a human right. As a member of the ConsumerAffairs Research Team, she seeks to provide consumers with the necessary information needed in making life-altering decisions.