Cover for individuals and businesses renting out residential properties such as houses or flats or commercial properties such as warehouses, shops, or offices.
Landlord insurance is designed specifically for people who rent out a property. It is different to normal household insurance as it provides additional cover that you require as a landlord – for example, loss of rent cover .
In the event of a claim, we'll allocate a dedicated claims handler to look after your claim from start to finish
Our flexible cover allows you to add properties to an existing policy at any time, giving you one simple renewal date and a discount for insuring more than one property with us. Find out more about our multi-property landlord insurance here.
Our Landlord Insurance provides a high level of cover as standard, including public and property owners liability cover up to £2m. You can also choose from a wide range of extras, opting for the policy that best fits your individual circumstances.
We've also increased our Legal Expenses cover from £100,000 to £250,000, and now includes Employment Disputes and Compensation Awards, Personal Injury, Debt Recovery, Tenancy Disputes, Tax Protection, Dilapidations and Maintenance, Statutory Licence Appeal, and Repossessions (including hotel expenses and storage costs as standard).
Take a look at what's included here:
For full details on our Residential Landlord Insurance please read the Landlord Policy Document
If you rent out a residential or commercial property, a standard home insurance policy is highly unlikely to cover you. Rather than receive a nasty shock in the event if you have to make a claim, take out a policy that provides the cover you need to protect your property investment.
Give us a call on 0800 051 4199 (Mon - Fri 9am - 7pm) to discuss your requirements with our specialists or get a landlord insurance quote online .
As a business bank, we work closely with a wide range of businesses. This helps us understand how you work and the challenges you face. So you can be sure we'll take the time to get to know your business, and try to provide the right level of cover.