How to get the best insurance for a portfolio of let property

by Jason McClean

6 days ago

How to get the best insurance for a portfolio of let property

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How to get the best insurance for a portfolio of let property

IF you own more than one let property then you could save money and improve cover by buying a landlord portfolio of insurance.

If you own multiple properties, there are benefits to buying the insurance all together as discounts can be applied that single properties do not attract. In purely practical terms, it also means you can bring renewal dates together.

We have seen property portfolios of all different sizes and scales. What we need is a basic set of information for us to get a quote for you if you apply online, which may be available with your insurance renewal document. Here’s what is required for a portfolio quote:

About each property:

  • Full address inc postcode
  • Property type (terrace/detached etc)
  • Year built
  • Bedrooms
  • Rebuild cost
  • Landlord contents
  • Any claims, flooding or subsidence history?
  • Tenant type – Working/DSS etc

Don’t forget, Property 118 offers a price guarantee on like for like cover, so why not give us a try with your portfolio and see if we can save you some money and improve the cover at the same time.

We are always happy to take details over the phone too, simply call 01832-735388.

Jason McClean, from Property 118’s insurance partner The Home Insurer, said: “I myself have a small portfolio of landlord property and insure it all on the same renewal date each year. I have saved a lot of money by bringing the properties together on one renewal date and hope we can do the same for you.”

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Comments

Bill Williams

3 days ago

Just had a horrendous time with an insurance claim following a water leak. I live abroad and the insurance company expected me to do all the running around and to obtain quotes. This was left to my agents who had difficulty getting anyone to quote and were not really competent to assess the quotes received. It took about 4 months before repairs were completed. The insurance company risk assessor who was only appointed after quotes were obtained did not inspect or sign off the work, this was my responsibility.
I am looking for an insurance company who takes responsibility as soon as a claim is made and arranges for contractors to carry out the works. What is your claims proceedure, is it better than that I have described?

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