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Once you remove things from your house and store them in a location other than your home, they usually are no longer protected under your homeowner's or renter's policy, and you need to get insurance specifically for your storage unit. When choosing a policy, make sure it covers loss due to fire, flood, weather, theft, and things beyond your control. You may choose insurance at the self-storage facility, insurance through an independent self-storage insurance agency, or insurance through a private insurance agency.
Real estate attorney fees vary. Some charge by the hour with rates ranging from $150 to $350 per hour, while others offer a fixed rate. You can compare real estate attorneys on WalletHub at: https://wallethub.com/attorneys/real-estate.
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