Residential Landlord

Residential Landlord Insurance is designed for property owners who let to residential tenantsThis type of insurance is designed to protect and safeguard your building, contents and liabilities; it covers a variety of different tenant types including: professionals, students and DSS tenants.

Additional covers such as accidental damage, malicious damage, theft of keys and alternative accommodation costs gives you flexibility to tailor cover to your specific needs. We can also insure multiple properties under one policy making managing your insurance portfolio even simpler.

Tricketts Insurance can advise you regarding the right level of cover for your property and rental type.

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COVER OPTIONS

  • Buildings

  • Subsidence

  • Landlords Contents

  • Property Owners Liability

  • Loss of Rent

  • Legal Expenses

These are the main covers but not an exhaustive list. Please enquire for covers not listed

OPTIONAL ADD-ONS

  • Accidental Damage

  • Malicious Damage

  • Terrorism

  • Alternative accommodation costs

These are the main add-ons but not an exhaustive list. Please enquire for add-ons not listed

Why Tricketts

Tricketts has long, well established relationships with insurers and access to a range of markets; our staff will save you time and hassle and give you peace of mind because we ensure that you have the right type of cover.

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This is help with legal fees when you take a tenant to court for non-payment or equally when someone takes you, the landlord, to court.
Legal cover
Tricketts Insurance Brokers can also offer Competitive Home insurance. Your home is your biggest asset, so it makes sense to ensure that your bricks and mortar, along with your valued personal possessions, are protected. One quote from Tricketts accesses 25 insurer quotes.
Home Insurance
If you give a sum insured for building/contents which is not enough, your insurer can reduce the claim by the percentage that you’re underinsured. For example - insure for 80K, but correct value is 160k, means you’re underinsured by 50%. Make a claim for 50k and you could get 50% reduced and receive only 25K. Unoccupied - Unoccupied properties are more susceptible to break-ins, petty crime and squatters. If you change tenants or renovate, Insurers usually allow 30-40 days unoccupied before you have to change the policy to an unoccupied property insurance policy.
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Unoccupied properties are more susceptible to break-ins, petty crime and squatters. If you change tenants or renovate, Insurers usually allow 30-40 days unoccupied before you have to change the policy to an unoccupied property insurance policy.
Unoccupied

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