Our Latest Published News Articles
Below are just some of the articles that we publish regularly around the web. We focus on the issues that Landlords face not just with insurance, but with general day to day concerns of just being a landlord.
Student & HMO Insurance For Landlords
June 22nd 2017
The risks involved to the insurer are often no more than the risks involved with a single tenancy agreement to a single tenant - but despite this, you will often find Insurance quotations unaffordable as loading the premium gives the insurer a safety net against claims.... Read More
Insurance Companies Dealing With Flood Claims
June 1st 2017
National Flood Forum has recently reported that Insurance companies vary greatly in the way they handle flood victims claims.
The charity says that people living on the same street will all be paying completely different premiums and excesses, it is of concern that this is very much the ‘norm’ and not unusual.. Read More
Letting To Students
May 12th 2017
Letting to students can bring an excellent return on investment, but students can be a tricky client group to deal with. Students are often unorganised and can take more management than letting to a family or a retired couple for example. There are pros and Cons…… Read More
What Are The Best Types Of Property For Students
April 10th 2017
The property location is Key. Students like to be near other students, and close to their University/College. The area can be in the less posh parts of the town, but needs a wide selection of bars and eateries – usually fast food options are most popular! There should also be good bus and rail networks allowing the student.... Read More
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