Esusu Financial and Sure are collaborating to provide tenants with renter's insurance through the Esusu Renters Marketplace.

"When renting, it's impossible to predict accidents or emergencies that can harm renters, their belongings, or a property," Esusu writes on its blog, stating that about half of renters are uninsured, "risking harm and costly expenses for themselves and their property owners or managers."

Esusu claims that while renters often pay $18 a month for insurance, the plans that Sure offers start at $11 a month. "Because plans can cover tens of thousands in damages, injury, or theft, it is an extremely cost-effective way to protect renters and property," the company says.

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