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  • Insurance and Subsidence
    security2
    Hi all,

    I wonder if anyone can offer any experience/knowledge on this.

    I have an opportunity to purchase a house on a good sized plot at below market value being sold by the executors of an estate. Reason for the valuation is that there is a current insurance claim going through...
    18-07-2019, 19:42 PM
  • Reply to Insurance and Subsidence
    Stacker
    What is the difference between insuring for subsidence and movement are they classed as the same or would we need to be insured separately and why is the subsidence excess so high?
    16-09-2019, 14:30 PM
  • Landlord Rent Guarantee Insurance without salary checks
    BentuKala
    Hello,
    Is there such a Rent Guarantee Insurance, where referencing is done for tenants, but their salary is not checked?
    I am facing a problem, where so many decent interested people are filtered out by the Openrent rent guarantee scheme, because their salary is apparently not high enough...
    15-09-2019, 18:32 PM
  • Reply to Landlord Rent Guarantee Insurance without salary checks
    JK0
    6 months rent up front for a 6 month tenancy is the best guarantee in my book. Then s21 notice & standing order form at 4 month point.
    15-09-2019, 22:19 PM
  • Reply to Landlord Rent Guarantee Insurance without salary checks
    BentuKala
    Hi AndrewDod,
    Thanks for your advise.
    I know many experienced landlords, do not like rent guarantee insurance.
    They are a lot better judging and selecting their tenants.
    But being a novice, I am worried about the potential eviction costs, and bad tennats etc.

    But...
    15-09-2019, 18:49 PM
  • Reply to Landlord Rent Guarantee Insurance without salary checks
    AndrewDod
    This makes no sense. Why would an insurer insure against something that is predictable and nearly inevitable. Well they might, but the premium might approach the total annual rent for a one year premium.

    Are you sure you have been thinking clearly about what you are doing as a landlord?...
    15-09-2019, 18:41 PM
  • Leaseholder insurance rights?
    Shelley12
    Does a leaseholder have the right to request to be copied in to all correspondence between the management company (and managing agent) and the insurance company, in reference to a claim resulting in a roof leak into their flat? The insurance is paid for via the service charges....
    13-09-2019, 19:17 PM
  • Reply to Leaseholder insurance rights?
    Stacker
    Start off by writing to them all- create a round robin email and send it to them all...request to be included in all communications so you can help each other and see how they respond.....
    13-09-2019, 20:38 PM
  • Reply to Leaseholder insurance rights?
    leaseholder64
    There is no statutory right to that information.

    Was damage to their flat paid from the insurance?

    I can't think of any confidentiality reason for not providing it.
    13-09-2019, 20:29 PM
  • Previous reference check
    every1
    Hi everyone, my tenants were referenced last year and they want to extend another year, do I have to reference them again before I sign another year or previous references would be fine ? Has anyone experienced like this? Would be grateful for any suggestion. Thanks...
    06-09-2019, 15:53 PM
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