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Direct Line Landlord Insurance
(best to be on the safe side)
When you're renting out a property to tenants, it's a good idea to have Landlord Insurance. Part of the problem is tenants aren't always as careful as you are with your property. Also, if you're not living in the place yourself it's tricky to keep an eye on what's going on, and unexpected things can happen. Direct Line is an insurance company willing to take on such risks and to cover you against various perils which might befall your property and/or your tenants.
"Direct Line's Landlord Insurance is designed for properties owned by the policyholder and occupied by tenants solely for domestic, residential purposes.
Properties can be single and multi-location portfolios of houses and modern, purpose-built blocks of flats, occupied full-time by professionals, and ideally managed by the policyholder or professional letting agents. All could be at risk from fire, theft, malicious damage, and public liabilities, amongst others.
Direct Line's Residential Property Insurance covers landlords against each of these risks as part of it's basic standard cover and offers the opportunity to mould their policy to suit them best by adding optional extras or increasing cover levels".
Buildings including equipment breakdown
Public and Property Owners Liability
Loss of money
Personal accident (assault)
of rent receivable
Other good points about Direct Line Landlord Insurance:
accommodation costs up to 20% of the sum insured on the damaged
Damage to gardens caused by emergency services with up to £25k for any one claim
Free 24-hour advice lines including glass replacement and legal advice
Equipment breakdown including landlords contents contained within tenanted property
Curiously, Direct Line won't currently insure landlords where the tenants are students. For that, you need Endsleigh
However, Direct Line's Residential Property Insurance will insure most types of property with most types of tenants residing. For example...
Occupied as 1 or 2 flats
Occupied as 3 or 4 flats
Purpose built flats
Occupied as 2 flats
Occupied as 3 flats
Occupied as 4 flats
Occupied as 5 or 6 flats
Occupied as 6 flats
Occupied as 7 or 8 flats
If you have been tempted by this, here's the link:
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