Instant online quotes available online through Landlords and Letting: • Landlord Rent Guarantee and Legal Expenses Insurance • Landlord Household Insurance • Owner Occupier Buildings and Contents Insurance • Commercial Property Insurance for high-risk premises including shops, offices etc Covers properties in the UK only.

Serviced Areas

  • UK, including England, Ireland, Scotland & Wales

Contact Details

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  Postcode SL6 8TJ
  Address Boulters Lane
  Phone Number 0844-357-8125
  Tollfree 0800 783 1626

Products & Services

Landlord Rent Guarantee and Legal Expenses Insurance

Landlord Rent Guarantee and Legal Expenses Insurance

This insurance helps landlords to protect their rent in the event that their tenants stop paying rent for any reason.

• Your Rent guaranteed up to a maximum of £3000 per calendar month
• Maximum payout of £25000 per claim which includes legal costs of evicting tenants etc
• Up to 5 tenants can be covered within the same property

Cost is from only £110. 00 per property per 12 months which covers up to 5 tenants in the property.

Please note that tenant referencing is a requirement of this insurance.

Landlord Household Insurance

Landlord Household Insurance

Competitive Landlord Insurance cover for Residential Lettings to tenants in full time work, self-employed tenants, students, DSS, asylum seekers, and unoccupied properties.

In addition we provide comprehensive cover for U. K. Holiday and Secondary Homes. Landlord Building Insurance covers damage to the fabric of the building itself, including damage to plaster work caused by such things as leaks into the property etc.

Get an online quote now from LandlordsandLetting. co. uk

All policies underwritten by leading insurers.

Customer Testimonials

I use the rent guarantee policy which I find really good value and gives me peace of mind when selecting tenants and the website was really easy to use.

Very happy with the quick and easy service for what is an absolutely essential product.

Gave me peace of mind

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From Our Website

In the UK, politicians and hand-wringing professionals from organisations like Shelter are always complaining about ‘Britain's Housing Crisis' and that ‘young couples can no longer afford to buy a home' or ‘greedy buy-to-let landlords are snapping up properties that should go to first-time buyers' and so on and on and on. They say that prices have risen so fast that young couples can no longer afford to get on the housing ladder. They say we are in the midst of a ‘HOUSING CRISIS'.

Plus owner occupier insurance. During the current pandemic, calls are taking longer than usual to answer. If possible, use our online quote system. Or call Rentguard insurance on 0800 783 1626, quoting 'LandlordsandLetting' for all insurances apart from Rent Guarantee. For Rent Guarantee/Legal Expenses only call Alan Boswell on 01603 216399, also quoting 'LandlordsandLetting'. The main centres for rental property in Wales are of course the two major cities of Cardiff and Swansea. South Wales is fairly easily accessible from the M4 motorway.

Essentially, there are two things you will want to achieve with a rental property: capital gain and yield. It depends on your own circumstances and choice, which is the more important. If you are looking for high yield then ex-local authority properties are usually a good bet - but they usually offer poor capital gains. If it's capital gain rather than yield then generally you need to buy high quality property in up-market areas. There's a strange guide I always follow, and that is the more unpleasant the area the higher the yield - though it doesn't always apply!