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The importance of unoccupied property insurance

Posted: 7th Jan 2016

The importance of unoccupied property insurance may be summed up in a very simple and straight forward way. If your property has been vacant for more than a month or more and you do not have unoccupied property insurance, you run the risk of the premises being uninsured – and, so, stand to lose your Read the full article…

What does landlord insurance cover?

Posted: 4th May 2015

Owner occupiers and landlords of buy to let property might typically own homes that are to all intents and purposes quite indistinguishable, but for the fact that the one is the owner’s place of residence whilst the other is occupied by rent-paying tenants. On the outside, therefore, there may be no great apparent difference, but Read the full article…

Let property insurance and your tenants

Posted: 4th Jun 2014

Sometimes, the relationship between landlords insurance and tenants is not clearly understood. If you are wondering how a cheap buy to let property insurance quote protects you against tenant-related issues, the following points might help: a policy should typically cover you against third party liability. That would, broadly speaking, include a number of circumstances where Read the full article…

Where to find the cheapest landlord insurance quote

Posted: 4th Jun 2014

If you simply buy let property insurance cover based on the price alone, then you may certainly end up with the policy which had the cheapest landlord insurance quote but what you may not have is a policy that is appropriate for you as a landlord or your property: different landlords have different properties and Read the full article…

Best let property insurance for all budgets

Posted: 3rd Jun 2014

If you are a landlord looking for the best let property insurance, then there may be a fair bet that you may be keen to achieve this while still keeping to a sensible budget. There may be few people these days, in any walk of life, able to disregard cost implications completely. With something like Read the full article…

Landlord insurance – what does it cover?

Posted: 3rd Jun 2014

The question “what does landlord insurance cover?” may have a number of answers and the one that is most appropriate for you will pretty much depend on the type of property you have, the type of tenants you have, and your own personal preferences. Landlords buildings and contents insurance may vary quite considerably from policy Read the full article…

Why bother with a landlord insurance review?

Posted: 3rd Jun 2014

The thought of getting to grips with a landlord insurance review may not get your pulse racing with excitement but it may, in the final analysis, end up with you either saving money or getting more suitable cover (perhaps even both). It’s possible that you’re currently reasonably satisfied with your existing landlords insurance but is Read the full article…

Choosing a landlord insurance company

Posted: 3rd Jun 2014

If you’re looking for landlord insurance, then you may well see that there are a significant number of options in terms of which landlord insurance company to use. How to go about making a choice? Focus on the product Of course, you will want to know that you’re dealing with an appropriately professional provider of Read the full article…

Being careful with the best landlords insurance

Posted: 2nd Jun 2014

You don’t necessarily have to be a perfectionist to want the best of something. When it comes to the best landlords insurance, you may just want the peace of mind that comes with knowing you have done all you can to protect your asset. The ‘best’ though, can mean different things to different people. Landlords Read the full article…

Comparing landlords insurance companies

Posted: 2nd Jun 2014

If you are thinking about comparing landlords insurance companies, you may be wondering what sort of things you should be looking at. Here are a few ideas: Subsidence. This is an important risk to the structure of many buildings but cover is no longer guaranteed to be a standard component of buildings and contents insurance Read the full article…