Having a rent guarantee policy in place can protect you from being out of pocket as a landlord. Economic times have led to landlords looking to protect their rental property investment and their income more than ever before. Even the best tenants can find their circumstances changing, resulting in them being unable to meet their rental commitments.
You can choose between two different levels of cover - both include legal cover and are available for either a 6 or 12 month period.
If you let your property to tenants (whether you’re a buy-to-let landlord or an accidental landlord renting out a house you can’t afford to sell) 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 a home insurance policy. And without the right cover, unexpected events could leave you seriously out of pocket.
So whether you let a small flat or a large house, we can help you to protect it.