If you're renting an apartment or home in Arizona, your space and belongings still need protection. Arizona renters insurance can help you cover the unexpected events that your landlord's policy may not cover, such as theft, water backup damage and certain natural disasters. 

Whether you're living in a college dorm in Phoenix, renting your first loft in Tucson, raising a family in Mesa, or wondering what type of renters insurance Scottsdale retirement communities need, Nationwide can help you protect what's most important. Our Arizona renters policies provide reliable coverage at nationally competitive rates. Learn more about our renters insurance discounts and start your free quote today.

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Find local agents in your neighborhood

Looking for renters insurance in Phoenix, AZ? How about Tempe? Luckily, Nationwide has agents throughout Arizona, and it's easy to find someone local.

From Tucson to Grand Canyon National Park, if you're renting, Nationwide has renters insurance options to fit your needs.

Here are a few policy features that may meet the needs of Arizona renters:

Whether you need renters insurance in Glendale or Mesa, Tucson or Scottsdale, Nationwide agents throughout Arizona are ready to assist you. You can find an agent near you be selecting your city below.

Don't see your city? Visit our directory of insurance agents in Arizona to find one near you.

Get a free Arizona renters insurance review

Nationwide wants you to have the best renters insurance coverage at the best price. That's why we offer our members a free, annual insurance assessment. Our On Your Side® Review can help you:

Call Nationwide at 1-877-On-Your-Side and get your Arizona renters insurance quote today.

Nationwide coverage in Arizona

Nationwide offers more to Arizona residents than just our great renters insurance coverage. Learn more about our homeowners, auto and motorcycle insurance options below. You may be able to save when you bundle more than on Nationwide insurance policy.

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