Landlords, Are You Covered?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A recent study by the National Landlords Association has shown that a staggering 90% of landlords do not make allowances for none payment of rent! 17% of these landlords compensate for this using their own savings!

Belvoir have negotiated a specific Rent & Legal insurance policy with specialist insurance provider Endsleigh.

This insurance has been specifically designed around our landlords and offers comprehensive cover of your property investment.

This policy includes;

  1. cover for 75% of the monthly rental for up to 2 months after vacant possession has been obtained
  2. cover for up to £50,000 for legal costs & expenses no restriction on tenant type - provided that they are satisfactorily referenced
  3. plus many more benefits (terms & conditions apply)

As well as the Rent & Legal policy we have also negotiated a Buildings & Contents policy too.

This policy covers such things as;

  1. cover for unoccupied buildings for up to 120 days
  2. pet damage
  3. malicious damage or theft by tenants or their guests
  4. legal expenses up to £100,000
  5. plus many more benefits (terms & conditions apply)

We strongly reccommend that all of our landlords have adequate insurance cover.

Specialist Contents Cover for Tenants

Belvoir Lettings can offer our specialist Contents Insurance that will help protect your possessions, your deposit and more.

Some of the key benefits include:

  1. Protecting your possessions form £3,000 to £40,000
  2. Cover for everyone you live with in the property
  3. £50,000 of legal cover to provide financial support and professional advice in the event of disputes

Optional extra cover is available for property damaged away from the insured address.

Most tenancy agreements outline that it is the tenants responsibility for any damage caused to their landlord's property which could mean losing your deposit; our policy includes this cover!

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