Building & Contents Insurance
Your landlord will be responsible for insuring the building and anything in the property that belongs to them. As a Tenant you will need to ensure that you have insurance that covers you in a rental property, there are two elements to this:
Tenants Liability Insurance – this gives you cover in the event that you accidentally damage something in the rental property that belongs to your Landlord. Most Landlords will require you to have this when agreeing to a tenancy.
Contents Insurance – This is optional for you, but strongly advised as the Landlords Insurance policy will not cover any of your belongings, in the event of a fire or theft for example.
We work with Let Alliance who are specialists in Tenant insurances. They can provide you with cover for both Tenants Liability & Contents Insurance, bespoke to your specific needs.
To discuss your requirements in more detail please call them on 01244 421986 – don't forget to say you are one of our customers to get the benefit of our preferential rates.
As standard, all residential properties must be covered by building insurance. We are able to provide a competitive Building Contents Policy that is recognised and accepted by all lenders.
Our comprehensive insurance policy protects both your property and its contents and also covers accidental damage. This provides you with the assurance that you are covered under any circumstances regarding damage or theft to your property and its contents.