For Renters Insurance, the standard plan has a 12-month 'term' (think: shelf life)—it's an annual plan. Head over to your account to view your plan details and download a PDF of your plan summary. If you're moving before the end of those 12 months, just send us an email at email@example.com, and we'll either help you transfer your plan to your new place, or cancel it for you.
If you'd like to extend your plan beyond that initial 12-month term, you can choose to renew your plan. Similarly, if you'd like to cancel at any point in that new 12-month term, you can email us or cancel from your account page.
For Jetty Deposit, the fee you paid is valid for as long as you stay in the same home (unless your rent increases and, with it, your deposit. In the latter case, if your landlord would require you to post additional security under a traditional security deposit, we'd ask you to pay the standard 17.5% fee for that extra amount).
For Jetty Lease Guarantee, the fee you paid is valid for each lease term. So, if you sign up for Jetty Lease Guarantee, live in your place for 12 months and decide to stick around for another year, you'll have to pay the fee again unless your landlord decides to waive the guarantor or co-signer requirement.
Issuance of coverage is subject to underwriting review and approval. Coverage may not be available in all states. Please see a copy of the policy for the full terms, conditions and exclusions. Policy obligations are the sole responsibility of State National Insurance Company, Inc. (NAIC No. 12831), Bedford, TX, in all states except Florida, and National Specialty Insurance Company (NAIC No. 22608), Bedford, TX, in Florida (collectively, “State National”). Coverage scenarios are hypothetical and shown for illustrative purposes only. Coverage is dependent on the actual facts and circumstances giving rise to a claim.
Jetty Insurance Agency LLC (Jetty) is an insurance agency licensed to sell property-casualty insurance products. Jetty will receive compensation from State National for such sales. Refer to the Legal Notices section for additional information.