If you do not live in the home and Let the property to Tenants, use it as a second home or use it for holiday lets it is essential to
ensure that you have the right cover in place. We can arrange protection with market leading insurers specifically for
Landlords and residential let properties.
- ✓ the home & it’s decorations
- ✓ fixtures & fittings attached to the home
- ✓ your legal liability as owner
- ✓ Loss of rent due to you and temporary accommodation costs
- ✓ The cost of tracing escape of water from fixed water tanks, apparatus or pipes
- ✓ Increased domestic metered water charges
- ✓ Malicious damage caused by tenants
- ✓ Accidental breakage of fixed glass, sanitary fittings, ceramic hobs etc
- ✓ Frost damage to water tanks & pipes
- ✓ Accidental breakage of underground services extending from the home to the public mains.
- ✓ Landlords general contents
Let Property Legal Protection (Optional)
As a Landlord, even after following the correct referencing procedure, you may still find that you need to chase tenants for the cost of any damage, unpaid
rent or may need help repossessing your property. This can be costly and time consuming. DAS Property Let provides assistance and covers legal costs up
to £50,000 for the following circumstances:-
- ✓ Rent Arrears – We will pay the rent arrears while your tenant still occupies your property.
- ✓ Rent Recovery – If you need to recover rent arrears from your tenant.
- ✓ Repossession – If you need to repossess your property from your tenant.
- ✓ Eviction of Squatters – If you need to evict squatters from your premises.
- ✓ Property Damage – If your tenant damages your property and you need compensation.
- ✓ Legal Defence – Defence of criminal prosecutions relating to the letting of your property and actions for unlawful discrimination.
- ✓ Helplines – Available 24/7 for any legal queries regarding your let property
(Important – Legal Protection Cover is subject to a satisfactory reference being obtained for each tenant from a licensed referencing
service before the tenancy starts and must include:- Written references from managing agent or landlord; an employer (or other financial source) and a credit
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