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The last thing busy landlords need is over-complicated insurance. So for the last 10 years we’ve just offered quality cover from as little as £112.75.
Simple as that. And that’s probably why 9/10 of our customers love us.
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At Simple Landlords Insurance, we believe in keeping things simple.
We like to use plain English, we don’t like hidden costs, and we don’t like a lot of fuss. We bet you don’t either.
We’re not here to catch you out - we’re proud to say we always try and pay out when you need us to. That’s why we want to get you the right cover, right now.
We’ll help you understand all your insurance options - so you know exactly what you’re covered for, and you won’t end up paying for more than you need.
You get peace of mind, and we get happy customers.
Simple isn’t it?
We’re chuffed to have that been named Best landlord insurance provider at the Property Wire Awards 2017 AND 2018, and best landlord insurance provider at the Landlords and Lettings Awards in 2016.
Our landlord insurance has been awarded 5 stars by independent financial reviewers Defaqto - so you know you're getting the best cover there is.
And you don’t just have to take our word for it! Customers also score us 4.5 stars out of 5 on independent feedback service Feefo.
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Landlords are worried about tax. And they’ve got every reason to be. Simple Landlords Insurance’s stats show that Stamp Duty, Capital Gains Tax, and the infamous Section 24 all hit the top of the list of landlord concerns.
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Renting out a property can lead to a range of legal disputes which could cost time, stress and money.
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