As a landlord, protecting your property doesn’t just include taking into account tenants and any costs you might occur during occupancy. There will likely be times where, regardless of the reasons, your property is empty but the need for cover during this time is essential
Taking out unoccupied property insurance has been, historically, difficult and expensive; insurance companies generally perceive the risks to be greater and are uneasy about providing this kind of cover. However, here at CIA we will happily provide extensive and comprehensive unoccupied property insurance for landlords across the UK
If you’re struggling to find insurance for an unoccupied property at a price you can afford, or even get cover at all, then we can help.
Unoccupied property insurance is absolutely vital as it provides you with protection against unforeseen events. Here at CIA, we have insurers who specialise in insurance for unoccupied properties, offering different levels of cover to meet your personal needs.
Thankfully, we can cover properties of all values giving you the cover that you need and, thanks to our close ties with some of the country’s biggest insurers, you will pay the lowest possible premiums.
To get your quote, or simply for more information about our unoccupied property insurance policies, simply call us here at CIA on 01788 818 670.
Whether your insurance policy is affected or not depends on a number of factors. Contact our Customer Service department when you know your tenants are moving out and let us know what your intentions are for the property, we will then advise you how this affects your insurance.
Yes, we offer a variety of policies for vacant properties, whether you need 12 months unoccupied cover, or a more flexible policy which can be altered for when tenants move in.
Amina was very helpful in sorting out my landlord’s insurance and spotted an error in my cover which helped reduce my premium.
We are first time landlords and you gave good advice and the process was easy and good value.
A pleasure to deal with, the lady on the phone was a credit to her company.