Landlord Insurance

Sherratt Lettings Limited are delighted to offer you a bespoke range of insurance services tailored specifically for Landlords Via Let Alliance.

The Let Alliance Landlords Buildings and Contents comprehensive policy is available now. You can receive a quote from their website and apply within minutes. There are no paper application forms and you will receive confirmation directly from Let Alliance of your new policy.

The Let Alliance policy comes with some fantastic cover benefits & options, including NIL EXCESS and Malicious Damage cover and as well as 90 days un-occupancy cover.

Take a look at the list of major benefits:

  • Up to £2million sum insured available
  • Accidental Damage included as standard for buildings - no additional charge!
  • Up to 90 days un-occupancy
  • Legal Liability Cover up to £5million
  • Up to 20% Loss of Rent
  • Trace and Access up to £5,000
  • Malicious Damage by Tenant extension available
  • Comprehensive contents cover up to £50,000 sum insured
  • Replacement locks
  • Variable excess discounts available
  • Pay monthly policies
  • Underwritten by AGEAS (formerly Fortis)

Not only this but Let Alliance also provide a 'Buildings Only' cover option as well as Emergency Assistance (also with NIL EXCESS).

If you have any further questions regarding this or any other area of Sherratt Lettings proposition, please contact us on 0115 846 0936 or emails us via: enquiries@sherrattonline.co.uk and we will be more than happy to assist you.

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