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How much does landlord insurance cost


The cost of Landlord Insurance depends primarily on whether you are looking to insure a flat or house. The reason we say this is because flats tend to have the Buildings insured under a block policy arranged by the freeholder or the service management company and therefore the landlord does not need to arrange a further Landlord Buildings Insurance policy if he or she has a flat. On average Landlord Buildings Insurance costs per a year £1.20 per a £1000 and Landlord Contents Insurance £6.15 per a £1000.

Most Landlords who have flats take out a minimal Landlord Contents Insurance even when the property is unfurnished this is because the policy arranged by landlordinsurance.co.uk allows the carpets, curtains, sanitary ware and kitchen units to be insured. The policy will also come with Public Liability Insurance. The average sum insured is £10,000 and therefore the Landlord Contents Insurance will cost £63.15 per a year.

The premium for Landlord Buildings Insurance is calculated on the rebuild sum insured. The average rebuild sum insured ranges from £100,000 to £200,000 depending on the type of property to be insured. A turn of the century old Victorian terrace house may have a sum insured of around £100,000 and this would command an annual premium of approximately £120. A three bed detached house might have a sum insured of £200,000 and will require a premium to be paid of approximately £240 per a year. Of course these figures are only examples and the actual sum insured could be higher or lower and therefore you should seek professional advice.
 

 
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