At a Glance
  • Accidental damage
  • Buildings index linking
  • Loss of rent
  • Buildings cover
  • Property owners’ liability
  • Unoccupied properties
  • Terrorism
  • Legal expenses & rent guarantee
  • Landlords’ contents
  • Damage by tenants

As a residential landlord you can either manage the property yourself, which will be a financial saving or place the property in the hands of a managing agent, who will not only look after the needs of your tenants but, also look after your interest as well.

However, you don’t have to balance time and money when it comes to your insurance.  With Shearwater and a residential landlord policy, you could have the best of both worlds.

STAY ONE STEP AHEAD WITH PROTECTION

Keeping on top of things at your property will help curb expenses down the line. The same could be said for your insurance.

By contacting Shearwater, we could save you expense in the future, by discussing with you our legal expense contact and guaranteed rent policy.

ABOUT THE POLICY

Even a standard residential landlord insurance policy arranged by our team covers the essentials, with the option to extend this to include additional covers.

This means you could find yourself with a residential landlord policy that covers not only the building and contents, but also includes liability and rent guarantee for a range of tenants, including professionals, students and DSS referral.

Your property doesn’t need to be lived in to be eligible, as unoccupied properties and UK holiday homes can fall under the same policy.

Testimonials

Dear Shona,

I have just received the cheque in settlement of my claim from the insurance company.

I thank you and Richard for the speedy and efficient manner in which the claim was handled which was made very easy by the pair of you, with the minimum of fuss.

It’s very reassuring to know when a problem happens I can rely on yourselves.

Best wishes

Jeff

Use our online form to request a quote now. Otherwise call our team on 01992 707316 for a chat about your insurance needs

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