Price check your existing portfolio insurance costs and save money

Price check your existing portfolio insurance costs and save money

13:50 PM, 20th November 2020, About 4 years ago 1

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If you are a landlord that owns more than one property then now is the time to price check your existing insurance costs and see if you can save money. Property 118’s Insurance offering has recently benefited from a new underwriter coming on to its panel and offering superb prices and policies for portfolio landlords.

Portfolios can attract additional savings over single properties due to buying the insurance in bulk. Your policies are easier to administer too as they renew on the same date.

The cover on offer is very high, with accidental damage built in and £5000 of landlord contents per property automatically included.

Sublet (rent to rent) tenants are fine providing you disclose the name of the managing agency. Asylum seekers are OK too, but there is no accidental damage included for them.

“We have some of the sharpest prices in the UK for landlord portfolio insurance right now,” said Jason McClean, Director at Property 118’s Insurance broker The Home Insurer. “Worst case is we will confirm the deal you are on is fantastic and you stay where you are. More likely you will save money on your insurance.”

There is a simple landlord portfolio spreadsheet to fill in to get a quotation. Get in touch with us today and we will send it to you and try to save you money, simply click on the link below. Alternatively, call 01832-735388 and quote Property 118 to us.

All insurance bought through property 118 results in a commission share with Property 118 to help it continue its fantastic service to UK landlords; fighting for your rights and benefits, as well as giving superb advice on the things that worry landlords the most. You save, the policy is improved and everyone wins.

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12:07 PM, 12th November 2020, About 4 years ago

No connection, just a happy customer (#not sponsored as the kids say 🙂 ) but I recently saved between 20% and 29% when my freeholds came up for renewal and I went with The Home Insurer.

And that is after several years of being happy with Jason's previous P118 recommendation which was already very price competitive anyway (until now...)

Cost was a factor of course, but what really tipped me over the edge in the end was that Jason's current recommendation includes coverage for cannabis farms - something that I have been becoming increasingly nervous about recently but was not covered by my previous insurer.

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