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Having a policy can give you assurance – knowing that you’re covered for all sorts of eventualities – such as fire or flood damage. Depending on the policy you choose, you can also protect yourself against loss of rent and if your rental is furnished – you can cover your contents too.
You don’t need landlord insurance by law, although if you have a buy-to-let mortgage, your lender may insist on it as part of the agreement.
Landlord insurance covers a broad range of options and policies will vary by provider. Insurance providers will usually offer several add on features so you can tailor the policy to your needs.
A good policy should have as standard:
Additional options may also include:
It’s worth appreciating that cheap landlord insurance doesn’t mean it’s the best and the policy that’s right for you will be the one that covers all your needs.
If you’ve got several rental properties, you can insure each one individually which means you can make sure each policy is best suited to that particular house – so you only pay for what you need. It also means you can spread the cost throughout the year if they come up for renewal at different times.
Alternatively, you can insure them all on a single policy, but you’ll need to discuss this directly with the provider.
Whether you’ve got a single rental or a portfolio of properties, landlord insurance can help put your mind at rest and searching with us means you can find a quote that suits your needs and your budget – so, why not start comparing?
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