Allstate has decided to change its policy for tenants, according to an article by Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport.
The company’s decision was taken on the eve of the Italian Grand Prix, where it has confirmed it will be hosting a pre-race briefing for fans and journalists, according a tweet from the company’s head of business, Stefano Guaraldi.
It is no surprise that the company decided to remove the ban on renters and, in a related move, it has also introduced an automatic payment system, in which the landlord can now add the tenant’s name to the credit card and then send the payments directly to the tenant.
As it stands, renters are still required to pay for their rent via their bank account, while Allstate will only allow them to pay via credit card.
The policy change means that those who don’t pay rent by the time they arrive in the city will no longer have to pay the same amount of money as someone who has already paid their rent.
“Our policy allows us to keep the financial burden for the first months in a new apartment down to a minimum,” the company said in a statement.
“It also means that our tenants will be paid for the last months of their tenancy.
This policy is an example of our commitment to our residents.”
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The Italian financial services giant Allstate announced this week that it will no long be charging for car insurance for new and renewing renters.
In addition to the new policy, Allstate is also introducing a credit card payment system in which a tenant can now send a monthly payment to the landlord.
“We are committed to helping our tenants pay their rent without financial burdens,” Guarassi said.
“I would like to thank all the tenants who have expressed their interest to be able to continue using our services.
We are confident that the change will benefit all of our employees.”
Read the full article on Gazzettas Sport.