WTJ are able to provide insurance for properties which are leased to charities, councils and housing associations.
Most 'off the shelf' Landlord (Buy to Let) Insurance Policies are not suitable for properties which are leased to third parties as Policy Conditions state that the tenancy agreement must be direct between landlord and tenant, which is not the case when a property is leased out.
Failure to disclose the correct information to your insurance provider may lead to claims being rejected and policies voided.
WTJ are able to provide specialist cover to include:
- Loss of Rental Income
For a quote or free advice, call 01924 871111 or email email@example.com
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