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    Empty house under renovation insurance cover

    Any one can recommend any companys
    3 bed room semi detatched under renevation for about 3 months only

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    As long as the renovation work is not extreme (i.e. just decorating, new suites, etc.) and it is your intention to let the property after the 3 months work then any good landlord insurance broker should be able to help. It is obviously a common scenario that a property is purchased, made fit for letting and then let out.

    Take a look at the LandlordZone Insurance Directory for some companies.

    We can cover this under our landlord insurance scheme or our unoccupied property insurance scheme with various levels of cover, lengths of time unoccupied, etc.
    Steve Smith - Company Director at a leading Landlord Insurance broker with 20+ years experience in the industry
    LandlordZONE Verified Poster and Topic Expert for Landlords Insurance since 2009
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