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    Guaranteed rent protection insurance

    Hi all
    Does anyone know of an insurer offering a blanket policy that would cover my entire portfolio / income? I do not want to go down the route of an individual policy per tenancy agreement.

    #2
    Rent protection insurance cover is usually offered after the tenant has passed the credit checks and deemed a safe bet by the credit company.

    I doubt if any insurance company will offer a blanket insurance cover without credit check on each tenant.

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      #3
      I have a policy from a well known insurer (who deals direct) that offers cover so long as I can prove the tenant passed credit checks at the time the tenancy started (it is part of a landlords insurance package). I don't have enough properties to see if they do block policies but they may?

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