Multi Property Insurance
Multi property insurance, also known as property portfolio insurance or multi home insurance, is a form of property insurance designed to protect people who own more than one commercial and/or residential property. Get a quick landlord portfolio insurance quote today!
What is multi property insurance?
While developing a property portfolio can be incredibly lucrative, it’s also a lot of hard work. Obtaining the right kind of insurance from the outset is one of the most important elements of property investment, with 1st Choice Insurance offering a range of multi property landlord insurance contracts. Many of the risks faced by landlords are not covered in standard buildings and contents insurance packages, with a customised level of protection the only way to ensure full coverage.
Who needs multi property insurance?
Landlord portfolio insurance is advised for anyone who owns more than one commercial and/or residential property. While you can always take out multiple contracts and hope for the best, this way of working is inefficient, risky, and highly expensive. Here at 1st Choice Insurance, we create landlord insurance that is designed to meet your specific needs as a homeowner. Buy to let portfolio insurance includes a range of protections not included in standard buildings contracts, with multi-property discounts and easy policy management two other enticing features.
Along with legal cover and employers’ liability, multiple property owners also need to ensure loss of rent cover, loss of income cover, and landlords’ contents cover among other protections. Liability protection is especially important for people who own multiple properties, including public liability, property owners’ liability, and employers’ liability. Optional directors’ and officers’ management liability policies may also be required for large buildings and operations. Whether you own a couple of properties or a large and growing portfolio, 1st Choice Insurance can tailor insurance coverage to meet your individual needs.