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    Landlord's Rent Guarantee insurance - defaults

    Hello

    Would you recommend the Landlord's Rent Guarantee insurance provider?


    Please PM me

    thanks

    Marko

    #2
    It really depends on how many properties you own. If it is one or two then it might be best. The more properties you own the less exposed you are.

    If you do take out insurance make sure you comply with the comnditions of the policy otherwise it will be worthless.

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      #3
      I think you know what's going to happen if you take that insurance, from the title you gave this thread, don't you?

      Landlord's Rent Guarantee insurance - defaults

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        #4
        If you take out this sort of insurance you need to look at its terms carefully asking (a) what conditions does it impose and (b) in what circumstances will the insurers pay out.

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