Your rental property can be a great asset – and is likely to be a considerable investment. Therefore, you need to protect it with specialist insurance.
Landlord Insurance can provide cover for events including fire, flood, accidental damage as well as malicious damage by tenants, theft, unpaid rent and legal disputes. A standard home insurance policy will not protect you if letting your property.
Most mortgage companies will insist that you have Landlords Insurance in place.
Things to consider when choosing Landlord Insurance:
- Tenant type
- Loss of rent cover
- Landlords’ Contents Insurance
- Landlords’ Liability Insurance
- Rent Guarantee Insurance
- Landlords’ Legal Expense Cover
If you would like to discuss your current property owners or landlord insurance arrangements, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Our sincere thanks to Roz for the excellent way in which you handled our insurance claim. It is a great comfort to know that there is still someone prepared to go the extra mile to keep their customers happy. Keep up the good work!