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Landlords insurance any recommendations?

(14 Posts)
acceptnothing Sun 13-Nov-16 13:23:00

My current insurance is up for renewal and it seems quite high.
If you've got a good one I'd love to know. Thanks.

DorisDay88 Sun 13-Nov-16 13:24:18

I got a really good deal this time round, half of what I paid last year - I'll check it and come back to you

mumofone1234 Sun 13-Nov-16 17:05:43

Got a good price with CIA

Watto1 Sun 13-Nov-16 17:07:10

Go on one of the price comparison sites. I got mine via Money Supermarket I think. Saved quite a bit.

5notrumps Sun 13-Nov-16 17:08:33

Alan Boswell are good.

Longdistance Sun 13-Nov-16 17:09:43

Sainsbury's did ours one year, and RSA I've heard are good.

specialsubject Sun 13-Nov-16 17:11:30

make sure you have malicious damage cover, and rent guarantee/legal cover that will pay out whatever the reason for eviction and whether or not there are arrears.

if you get a wrong 'un, you have to wait months for the eviction process, during which time there may be no rent and your property can be reduced to a revolting state. And you can do NOTHING while that happens.

DorisDay88 Mon 14-Nov-16 09:32:38

Just checked and mine is with RSA, I can see someone else mentioned them.
Half the price of last year smile

NotCitrus Mon 14-Nov-16 10:01:15

I use the NLA, and do credit checks with them too.

acceptnothing Mon 14-Nov-16 13:47:21

Thanks all. I'm going through all the recommendations, it's really useful.

ShortLass Mon 14-Nov-16 20:14:58

I use Simply Business, who are a broker for landlord insurance. Good prices and they're happy to talk options over the phone.

birdladyfromhomealone Mon 14-Nov-16 22:53:42


Hermano Mon 14-Nov-16 23:14:28

I used a really good broker, got me 270pa vs 800ish on the high St (some issues with the flat hence so high)

I'll pm you the broker details if you like, really professional but also really friendly

acceptnothing Tue 15-Nov-16 18:43:45

Reporting back.
I used a firm called who offered me the best deal.
Got malicious damage & accidental damage too.

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