RentalMarket™

Month: February 2021

Protecting Your Boiler With Home Emergency Cover

Most home emergency insurance add-ons, provide some cover for boiler and heating repairs but watch out for seasonal restrictions – Axa, for example, doesn’t cover you between May and August. While claims can be limited to £500, this should usually be enough. The most common problems with boilers and central heating cost between £120 and £450 to repair. But £500

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Home emergency cover – what am I covered for?

Home emergency cover – what am I covered for? Most home emergency add-ons cover the most common problems, although some policies have lower claim limits on parts of cover than some standalone policies, and there are exclusions to watch out for. With standalone policies, coverage can be sporadic or non-existent for some elements, such as electrics and replacement locks, even

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800,000 Tenants In Arrears From First Lockdown, Bailiff Evictions Ban Extended To March 2021

The Landlord Association Chairman was discussing the latest developments with Brooklyn Law boss Simon Butler about the latest issues in the rental market following the emergence of Covid-19. They worryingly realised that [as Chairman of The Landlord Association and Head of Brooklyn Law respectively, a specialist in landlord litigation] that they couldn’t agree on the governments latest legislations regarding tenant

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What is meant by the term “used for commercial purposes”?

“Commercial purposes” is defined as any type of business being operated from the insured property. As our Landlords Insurance policy is designed to cover premises used solely for residential purposes it is not suitable if your tenant or their guests run any type of business from home. If your tenant operates a business from the insured premises a commercial property

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Month: February 2021

Protecting Your Boiler With Home Emergency Cover

Most home emergency insurance add-ons, provide some cover for boiler and heating repairs but watch out for seasonal restrictions – Axa, for example, doesn’t cover you between May and August. While claims can be limited to £500, this should usually be enough. The most common problems with boilers and central heating cost between £120 and £450 to repair. But £500

Read More »

Home emergency cover – what am I covered for?

Home emergency cover – what am I covered for? Most home emergency add-ons cover the most common problems, although some policies have lower claim limits on parts of cover than some standalone policies, and there are exclusions to watch out for. With standalone policies, coverage can be sporadic or non-existent for some elements, such as electrics and replacement locks, even

Read More »

800,000 Tenants In Arrears From First Lockdown, Bailiff Evictions Ban Extended To March 2021

The Landlord Association Chairman was discussing the latest developments with Brooklyn Law boss Simon Butler about the latest issues in the rental market following the emergence of Covid-19. They worryingly realised that [as Chairman of The Landlord Association and Head of Brooklyn Law respectively, a specialist in landlord litigation] that they couldn’t agree on the governments latest legislations regarding tenant

Read More »

What is meant by the term “used for commercial purposes”?

“Commercial purposes” is defined as any type of business being operated from the insured property. As our Landlords Insurance policy is designed to cover premises used solely for residential purposes it is not suitable if your tenant or their guests run any type of business from home. If your tenant operates a business from the insured premises a commercial property

Read More »