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  • Landlord Insurance?????

    Now then people,

    landlord insurance is up for renewal, any suggestions?

    The property will be let to a Family and not as a HMO property.

    Im after best price with good cover,

    all advice welcome,

    thanks guys.

  • #2
    Please see the link below.

    http://www.landlordzone.co.uk/forums...cement.php?f=6

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    • #3
      Good evening,

      Be sure to get a number of quotes. I was looking today and it's amazing the differing policies and costs.

      I'm going to renew with my current supplier justlandlords as they seem very reasonable but I guess every situation is different...

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      • #4
        Google is your friend.

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