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Rentguard: Let us take care of your non-standard properties

RLA
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Rentguard is pleased to announce the launch of a new residential property insurance product underwritten by Aviva, allowing Rentguard to offer cover on a vastly increased range of property types…

Rentguard is pleased to announce the launch of a new residential property insurance product underwritten by Aviva, allowing Rentguard to offer cover on a vastly increased range of property types.

Rentguard Insurance, behind the RLA’s home insurance policy, covers non-standard properties and also those in high-risk areas, allowing you to offer greater choice to your clients and better cater for those with unusual personal circumstances.

Furthermore, Rentguard can provide quotes on properties which have previously suffered subsidence, or which are situated in areas with a history of flooding.

This flexible approach means we can now offer cover to those working or trading from home, those with previous claims histories, histories of CCJs or bankruptcy and in some cases even criminal convictions.

  • Non-standard construction
  • All crime area
  • History of flooding or subsidence
  • Working from home
  • History of CCJs or bankruptcy
  • A straight ‘yes or no’
  • Some criminal convictions
  • Properties of any age

All of the above can be quoted in one call, so if your client has previously been turned down by an insurer, or is finding it difficult to find the right cover for their home, then give Rentguard a call – happy to try and help!

For more information, speak to one of Rentguard’s friendly customer service agents now on 0800 783 1626

Visit the Rentguard Insurance website for more information

 

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RLA

RLA

The Residential Landlords Association (RLA) represents the interests of landlords in the private rented sector (PRS) across England and Wales. With over 23,000 subscribing members, and an additional 16,000 registered guests who engage regularly with the association, we are the leading voice of private landlords. Combined, they manage almost half a million properties.

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