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    Best landlord insurance

    I am new here and am renting out a property for the first time. And so I am wondering if there is a company that stands out for landlord insurance?
    Any suggestions much appreciated

    Thanks

    #2
    Welcome to the forum and good luck with your new venture!

    There is no "best" company as everyone has different requirements and experiences.

    Please visit the LandlordZONE Insurance Directory for some suggestions and maybe compare a few of them to see what works best for you.
    Steve Smith - Company Director at a leading Landlord Insurance broker with 18+ years experience in the industry
    LandlordZONE Verified Poster and Topic Expert for Landlords Insurance since 2009
    See my profile for contact details

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      #3
      Personally, i went with Endsleigh Insurance, they are listed in the LandlordZONE Insurance Directory. I thought they provided a good deal for me when combined with a 'legal and rent protection' service. Also don't forget about discount sites, I got £45 off my purchase via QuidCo. It's not always the best value going this route, so do your own due diligence.

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        #4
        I'm glad I've found this tread. I'll check out the Insurance Directory too. Thanks!

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