Category Archive: advice

Dec 03

What Other Landlord Insurance Policies Should I Procure?

Landlords understand that they need insurance to properly protect their investment. The one insurance that all landlords must have is landlord insurance. This is a general term that describes a rather complex policy that covers the building, liability and various other aspects of the property. Without landlord insurance, a landlord can lose their entire property …

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Dec 02

5 Helpful Tips for New Landlords

No matter whether you’ve just purchased a rental property for investment purposes or recently decided to let out your family home, you probably have a number of questions and concerns as a new landlord. Letting your property is not a decision that should be taken lightly, and many new landlords struggle to navigate their way …

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Dec 01

Do You Need Landlord Insurance?

If you’re currently letting your property or considering letting in the future, you may be wondering if you really need landlord insurance. Landlords face many risks when renting their property to tenants, so it’s important to get all of the facts before making such an important decision. First, let’s discuss what landlord insurance is. What …

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Nov 28

What Does Landlord Insurance Cover?

Being a landlord, you need to ensure that you have the proper cover for your investment. The very basic insurance that every landlord must hold is landlord insurance. But, what does this insurance actually cover? For a new landlord, there will be numerous cover options that provide more than adequate protection. Basic Cover Depending on …

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Nov 27

What Is Blocks Of Flats Insurance?

Blocks of flats insurance, sometimes referred to as block insurance, is a type of insurance policy that covers a variety of property types, including purpose built blocks of flat and houses that have been converted to flats. Freeholders, property management companies and leaseholders can purchase this type of policy to ensure that the property is …

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