Insurance Advice

Whether you’re a homeowner or landlord, it’s important to have the right insurance policies to cover your needs. We never know what’s around the corner. So, investing in the right plan can save you a lot of hassle, and money, down the road.

The market is full of different options and it can be difficult to choose the right insurance policy for you. That’s where we’re here to help. Our qualified advisers will help you find the right level of cover at the best price.

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    Buildings Insurance Advice

    If you have a mortgage on your home, your lender will insist that your property is protected by Building Insurance. This policy will typically pay-out if your home is destroyed by fire, floods or subsidence. It’s not always as simple as that though – living in a flood plain, for example, could affect your claim. We’ll help navigate the minefield and find the right policy for you.

    Contents Insurance Advice

    Contents Insurance covers the loss or damage to the content of your home. This is different to Buildings Insurance, which covers structural damage to the property. A Contents Insurance policy will cover your furniture, electric goods and other valuable items in your home. If you live in a rental property, you’ll also need a Content Insurance policy to protect your possessions.

    Landlords' Buildings Insurance Advice

    As a landlord, you will likely have a Buy-to-Let Mortgage. As above, you’ll need to have suitable buildings insurance in place. Even landlords without a mortgage are required to take out a policy, as it will cover the cost of a large variety of structural problems, as well as Legal Liability.

    More Protection Advice

    You never know what’s around the corner. We can help with everything from Critical Illness Cover to Life Insurance advice.

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