Insure My Let Property
Insure my Let Property
Insure my Let Property operates as an online insurance broker for the owners of let property. It is a trading arm of Central Electronic Trading Agency (CETA) – one of the major home insurance brokers in the UK, with cover in excess of £3.5 billion of UK homes. CETA is a member of the General Insurance Standards Council (GISC).
The registered offices of both CETA and Insure my Let Property are in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire. The company is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
Whilst CETA may be the parent company, however, Insure my Let Property has been specifically set up to service the needs of a rapidly growing buy to let market and concentrates on developing its expertise in identifying the insurance products most likely to suit the needs of different types of landlord.
Insure my Let Property’s website maintains an online enquiry form and publishes its email address, although a direct telephone number is also available for enquiries and detailed discussions about individual landlord’s requirements.
By focussing exclusively on let property and landlord’s insurance, Insure my Let Property recognises the special nature of this type of cover. Although it shares some of the features of standard home insurance or other business property insurance, there are additional features you might want to take into account if you are a landlord or letting the property:
- building insurance – to protect the structure and fabric of your property against such risks as fire, storm damage, flooding, impacts, vandalism and so forth;
- contents insurance – which may or may not include accidental damage to any of the contents you own;
- public liability – especially important in the case of let property, since your liability also extends to a duty of care towards your tenants, too;
- loss of rent – crucial to your business cash flow, this might or might not feature a rental income guarantee, depending on the policy chosen.