Let Property Insurance
As a busy landlord, you’ll no doubt be looking for let property insurance that gives you the peace of mind that your investment is covered against just about every eventuality. And you’ll want to find and arrange it quickly and easily and without a hefty price tag.
At LetPropertyInsurance we can help you access what you need, without hassle. Benefits of our service include:
- malicious damage and subsidence cover come as standard (unlike with some other insurers);
- generous discounts available;
- all tenant types accepted (DSS, students etc);
- get a number of landlord insurance quotes from leading insurers, all from one place;
- cherry pick the cover that most suits your needs and your budget;
- combined landlords buildings and contents insurance available;
- buy online and get your policy documents delivered straight to your inbox, so no hanging around waiting for your documents to arrive (though, you can still have hard copies posted to you if you wish);
- specialist empty house insurance available, too.
Why insurance for let property?
If your investment property has a mortgage on it, then your home loan provider will usually insist that you have some kind of insurance protection, in order to make sure they don’t lose out financially should something happen to your property (eg. a fire that completely destroys it, leaving you paying a mortgage on something that no longer exists).
Even if you don’t have a buy to let mortgage, however, having suitable let property insurance in place makes sense. Not only can you ensure that the buildings are protected against the unexpected (and your contents, too, if you wish). But you can even protect yourself from financial distress in the event that a tenant hurts themselves in your property and tries to sue you (this element of protection is called landlords legal liability insurance).
There are a number of policies available via our service, allowing you to choose the cover most appropriate for you. So why not get a no-obligation landlords insurance quote now?