All Classes of Insurances Transacted

Landlords & Property Owners

Residential Let Property

Landlord insurance provides cover for your property - both the building itself and any furnishings you’ve provided.
It can also protect your rental income and cover your liabilities if your tenants are injured on your property and you are deemed to be at fault.

Types of Property Insurance

  • Residential Let Property
  • Commercial Let Property
  • Unoccupied Property  (Residential & Commercial)
  • Holiday/Second Home
  • Holiday Home Let

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Commercial Residential Let Property

Commercial Let Property Insurance

Similar to the above, our Commercial Let Property insurance provides cover for your property - both the building itself and any furnishings you’ve provided.
It can also protect your rental income and cover your liabilities if your tenants are injured on your property and you are deemed to be at fault.

Holiday/Second Home Insurance

If you own a Holiday Home or Second Home, it is very important that you have the correct type of insurance cover, especially if you are also doing Short Term Holiday Lets.

Although Holiday Home insurance is similar to normal home insurance, there are some major and key differences. For instance a Holiday Home policy will provide liability cover should a guest suffer an injury and you are found liable. The policy will also provide compensation for loss of income should you not be able to let your home as a result of say a fire or flood.

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Additional Information on

Unoccupied Property Insurance

If you own a property, there may be times when it stands empty for a number of consecutive days which could invalidate or severely restrict the cover on your Home/Commercial Property Insurance.

In cases like this, you may typically need Unoccupied Property Insurance (also known as empty property cover) to insure that your Home/Commercial Property is still protected against unexpected events that cause loss or damage such as floods, fire, theft etc.