Coverage Tailored for Property Owners

As a landlord, your investment property is one of your most valuable assets. To protect yourself against unforeseen events such as damage, theft, or liability claims, it's important to have the right insurance coverage in place. While it may seem like an added expense, landlord insurance can provide you with peace of mind and financial security.

Landlord insurance is designed specifically to cover the risks associated with owning and renting out a property.

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What does landlord insurance include?

Depending on the policy you choose, it can include coverage for:

  • Damage caused by tenants or their guests, such as accidental damage or malicious damage
  • Theft or burglary of your property or contents
  • Loss of rent due to absconding or breaking a lease
  • Legal liability for injury or damage to third parties on your property
  • Legal expenses incurred in defending claims against you as a landlord

Holiday Rentals

If you're hosting guests for short-term stays through platforms like Airbnb or Stayz, it's important to protect your house or apartment. Consider getting comprehensive insurance coverage for accidental damage, theft, and fire to have peace of mind while hosting guests.

With this insurance, you can confidently open your doors to guests without worrying about unforeseen events.

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