If you let your property to tenants you’ll need more than just home insurance.
While you’re not legally required to have landlord insurance, there are risks associated with a rented property that won’t be covered under an ordinary home insurance policy and your mortgage lender will usually ask you to take out a specialist landlord policy. Without the right cover, unexpected events could leave you seriously out of pocket and specific Landlord insurance helps you to protect yourself, your property, and your tenants. So whether you let a small flat or a large house, we’ve got you covered.
- Landlords Contents
- Loss of Rent
- Damage to your property (by the tenant)
- Emergency overnight accommodation (for your tenant)
- Emergency repairs
- Liability for injury or loss related to your rental property