A tenancy agreement will set out the landlord’s responsibilities and often specify the requirements for them to have the correct insurance in place.
Landlord Insurance protects the Landlord from financial losses connected to the rental such as theft, fire or weather damage and can be extended to include coverage for things like unpaid rent and malicious damage by tenants.
Landlords will often get a discount on their insurance if they insure multiple properties. Premiums can get lower and large discounts on admin fees.
Landlord insurance typically covers: the property owner’s liability costs, any building insurance, any loss of rent and contents insurance.
Optional extras include: accidental damage cover, legal cover and emergency assistance cover.
Your personal advisor uses their experience to tailor a policy around your individual requirements so you can be sure you're investment is suitably protected.