Letting a property is a specialised business and needs specific landlord insurance cover.
If you let a property but just take out standard insurance in your own name, there’s every chance the insurance company will refuse to pay any claim and you will be out of pocket. Tenants these days are increasingly litigious, so you should be aware of your legal liabilities. If, for example, a tenant was injured by faulty wiring or tripped over a broken floor tile, they could sue for damages.
Our partners at Let Alliance have focused on developing a Landlord Buildings and Contents Insurance product that is tailored to meet your requirements, with innovative cover options that are not available with other insurance products. The inclusive benefits are detailed below. You can click on the button to receive an instant quote from Let Alliance.