Home insurance is a valuable safeguard that protects millions of families each year from devastating events like fire, flood and burglary.
If you own a property, buildings insurance isn’t a legal requirement, but it will usually be required by your mortgage lender. However, most property owners choose to take out buildings insurance, as it can cover the repair or rebuild costs if your property is damaged or destroyed.
If you’re a landlord, damage to your rental property could not only cost a lot to fix, but it could also affect your income if your tenants have to move out.
We can help you find a suitable policy that provides the right level of cover for your needs. We’ll explain about the additional cover you can take out to cover unwelcome events like home emergencies. This can include cover for boiler breakdown, burst water pipes, or gas or electrical failures.
Home contents insurance covers all the things kept in a home such as TVs, furniture and carpets and personal belongings. You can also include additional cover such as accidental damage that will insure personal items when they are used away from home such as laptops, jewellery, phones and cameras.
When thinking about home contents insurance, you need to ask yourself how you would cope if you were to lose everything. Replacing all your possessions would be an expensive exercise, so contents insurance is vital to cover unexpected events like burglary or fire. With the average value of contents in a three-bedroom family home estimated at £55,000, it’s important to be fully insured at all times.
Most policies offer new for old cover, meaning you will get the full replacement value if they are lost, stolen or damage.
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We’re happy to meet in person or work together over the phone, via email or the website. The first step is to get in touch and we’ll guide you from there.
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Floor 1 (West), Studio 5-11
5 Millbay Road
Phone: 01752 905360
Floor 1 (West), Studio 5-11
5 Millbay Road
Three Sixty Mortgages Limited are registered in England and Wales no. 11388728. Registered office: Floor 1, Studio 5-11, Millbay Road, Plymouth, PL1 3LF.
Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Three Sixty Mortgages Limited are entered on the Financial Services Register https://register.fca.org.uk/ under reference 813057.
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