Category: Empty Property

Finding the best unoccupied property insurance

Posted: 3rd Jun 2014

If you are a landlord then you obviously you may wish to keep the times when your property has no tenants living in it and paying rent to you to an absolute minimum. There may be times though when this may be unavoidable and in these circumstances you may wish to ensure that your property Read the full article…

A typical unoccupied property insurance quote

Posted: 3rd Jun 2014

There are situations where you may need to obtain an unoccupied property insurance quote: typical home buildings and contents insurance for both landlords and owner-occupiers, may contain clauses to the effect that portions of your cover (or the entire policy) may no longer apply if your property stands unoccupied for more than thirty consecutive days; Read the full article…

Why might I need an unoccupied property insurance quote?

Posted: 3rd Jun 2014

Here are a few FAQs on the subject on an unoccupied property insurance quote. Why might an unoccupied property insurance quote be required? Typical providers of landlord insurance recognise that from time to time, your property may be unoccupied. For example, if you are between lettings or are redecorating your property, then it may be Read the full article…

What is unoccupied property insurance? – FAQs

Posted: 3rd Jun 2014

Here are some views relating to typical FAQs on the subject of unoccupied property insurance. What cover is provided by unoccupied property insurance? It is necessary to read a policy carefully in order to establish exactly what cover is provided, however, you may find that generically the cover relates to unoccupied properties. In insurance, an Read the full article…

Why you may need an unoccupied property insurance quote

Posted: 3rd Jun 2014

As a landlord, there may be times when your buy to let property may be left standing empty. Understanding the implications of this on your buy to let home insurance is important, as you may find that you need an unoccupied property insurance quote: for insurance purposes, your property may be designated as being unoccupied Read the full article…

How to compare unoccupied property insurance

Posted: 3rd Jun 2014

If your property is standing empty for a period of 30 consecutive days or more then you may wish to compare unoccupied property insurance to provide specialist cover for this type of situation. Many people may think that vacant property insurance is purely the domain of a landlord, but it is not just buy to Read the full article…

Compare unoccupied property insurance

Posted: 2nd Jun 2014

When your buy to let property is unoccupied, the risks it faces are different to those which exist when you have tenants in residence. You may, therefore, need to compare unoccupied property insurance if you are to find the most appropriate cover for your situation. A stitch in time When you have tenants in your Read the full article…

The cheapest unoccupied property insurance

Posted: 2nd Jun 2014

If you believe that you have no need for the cheapest unoccupied property insurance because you do not need such cover at all, then a few minutes of reflection might be advisable. What is unoccupied property insurance? You may be surprised to learn that landlords insurance typically becomes invalid if your property stands unoccupied for Read the full article…

Unoccupied property insurance – the facts

Posted: 2nd Jun 2014

Unoccupied property insurance is a form of cover that is commonly associated with let property insurance – though, in fact, it may apply equally to owner-occupier properties. An unoccupied property Although it may not immediately seem obvious, an unoccupied property may be at rather more risk than one that is occupied. That’s because there are Read the full article…

The case for unoccupied buildings insurance

Posted: 2nd Jun 2014

Unoccupied buildings insurance may be an invaluable part of your landlord insurance portfolio. This may come as a bit of a surprise to you. You may think, for example, that your buy to let property is more at risk when you have tenants living there. After all, why else would you have bought buy to Read the full article…