What insurance would I need if I am a leaseholder?

Your lease agreement might dictate that you are responsible for insuring the buildings, in which case we can provide your with a landlord building insurance quote. Alternatively, you will at least want to insure your landlord contents, fixtures and fittings. Although we can't currently quote online for this we have a number of insurers that offer policies to meet your needs so click "get a call back" or call us on 01788 818670 for a quote. More information on insurance options for a leaseholder

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Are my personal belongings covered?

Unfortunately your own personal belongings won't be covered on this policy and you will need to take out a household policy to cover your contents. More information on personal belongings cover

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Can I buy Landlord Insurance if I live in the property myself?

Some insurers will allow you to have a landlord insurance policy if you're living there initially, on the basis that you will move out and your tenant will move in within 8 weeks. If you are intending on staying in the property with tenants there too, you will need a household policy rather than a landlord insurance policy. More information on live in landlord insurance

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