Insuring Multiple Properties or Portfolios

Insuring several properties or an entire portfolio of property in one place can save you time and money. This video guide explains how.


Video transcript

If you’ve got more than one property it’s likely you’ll have quite a lot to manage. To give you one less thing to manage, we can insure all the properties in your portfolio under one policy.

You don’t need to worry if you own many different types of property nor do you need to worry if you have different types of tenant in each property. Our policy is flexible enough to accommodate a range of different circumstances.

With our flexi-let policy you can even mix and match the cover you require which enables you to get tailored cover to suit your portfolio.

As well as being more convenient, insuring your properties under one policy can also be cheaper. Firstly, you’ll only pay one admin fee rather than admin fees for multiple policies and secondly, the more properties you add to the policy the cheaper the premium per property.

To find out more about our multi property options, give us a call or go online.

Mike Stephens FCII

Date: May 17, 2016

Category: Commercial Property

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