The cost of low cost landlords insurance

Posted: 3rd Jun 2014

If you are a landlord, then like most people, you may regard the cost of insurance as a necessary expense but at the same time, something that you may wish to spend as little on as possible. Looking out for low cost landlords insurance therefore may only be natural.

One possible problem with products branded as low cost landlords insurance though is that the attractive price tag may have been achieved at the cost of the levels of cover provided.

Just looking at price alone therefore may tell you little that you may need to know about the protection offered. Looking carefully through the policy terms and conditions may be the only way that you may be able to satisfy yourself that your policy does what you need it to do in terms of helping you protect your livelihood as a landlord.

(We understand that what may be cheap let property insurance cover for you may not appear cheap for another landlord and that it is the level of protection offered rather than the price, which may be the most important factor.)

This may not be as much of a time consuming task as you may at first think. Using our services for example, may help since we may be able to provide you with landlord insurance quotes only for policies which match your particular requirements.

All you then have to do is to choose the one that appears to you to be the most appropriate.

Using our service we may also be able to help you find the cheap unoccupied property cover that may allow you to maintain the level of cover that you need for your property while it is empty, ensuring that you have a low cost solution but not at the expense of compromising on the cover provided.

You may typically need unoccupied property cover if your property is empty for a period of 30 days or more, irrespective if whether yours is a let property or is normally owner-occupied.

Discounted premiums

One way of helping achieve your aim of low cost landlords insurance, may be to review some landlords insurance quotes with a view to finding those products where you may be able to influence the price of your premium by accepting a higher voluntary excess – landlords insurance discounts of up to 40% may be available in some cases.