We make purchasing buy-to-let insurance simple. We compare a range of quotes specific to your property requirements. You can buy online or talk to one of our property insurance specialists and they will search our panel of carefully selected insurers for the best buy-to-let insurance for you.
We’ve been working with landlords since 1995, so we know it’s vital to find the right cover for your BTL property. That’s why we provide high-quality cover and an award-winning service at a great price – so you get the best deal around.
Because our buy-to-let insurance products are managed in-house, we provide a unique service, with pricing, underwriting and claims primarily managed by our own team. We also have a landlord advice hub that is full of useful information to help landlords and property owners find the advice and products needed.
Our advice and service have been recognised by the industry and our customer feedback scores are proof of our consistently high standards.
We've dealt with Alan Boswell for over 10 years and have always been very impressed by their efficiency.
Our NIG landlord insurance policy is a Which? Best Buy.
We take great pride in being recognised for our dedication to providing the best service and comprehensive, tailored cover for our customers’ needs. If you are unsure of the type of cover you need, our expert advisers are available to help over the phone.
Our buy-to-let landlord insurance policies cover a range of property risks, so you get complete peace of mind.
Our insurance is designed specifically for landlords and covers the buildings and contents of your investment property. As a landlord, we know you face more risks than that, which is why we can provide a range of additional covers:
Referencing of tenant(s) employment history, tenant history, identity and credit history and affordability.
Buy-to-let insurance, also called landlords insurance, is a of type of insurance for landlords and property owners. The basic product is landlord buildings and contents insurance. This covers risks relating to the fabric of the building and anything you may have left in the property, such as white goods, curtains, carpets etc (contents).
Additional insurance products, such as rent guarantee, landlord legal expenses, and home emergency cover can also be added to provide further protection for an additional cost.
The price depends on a variety of factors, such as the property you want to insure, your excess, and level of cover. For a full breakdown we recommend a read through of our definitive landlords insurance statistics page. However, we guarantee to beat the price of your like-for-like landlord insurance quote. See terms
Legally, you don’t need to have landlord insurance. However, this cover provides vital peace of mind that your property is protected if the worst happens. Landlord insurance covers the buildings and certain contents of your rental property, while add-on products, including landlord legal expenses and rent guarantee insurance, can provide additional protection.
The policy provides cover for carpets, curtains, and white goods. If you want to cover anything more than this we would be happy to arrange additional cover for you.
You are covered for £5m legal liability to third parties for any one incident. You also have employers’ liability cover for people working at your property, up to £10m.
Providing you have a tenancy agreement in place and the tenant has been referenced, there are no restrictions on who you can rent to.
Yes, it will remain in place for new tenants provided you have another tenancy agreement in place. Our landlord insurance also provides full cover for vacant properties for up to 90 days, subject to precautions.
We have a range of specialist products specifically designed to help first-time landlords and professional landlords handle their assert accordingly.
Landlord building insurance
Landlord contents insurance
Commercial landlord insurance
Residential landlord insurance
Landlord liability insurance
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