Tenants Content Insurance
March 5, 2018
If you rent don’t assume your landlord will cover your contents insurance. Nearly HALF of all tenants don’t have it. If you’re one of them, get it NOW – if not, you’d have to foot the bill if something happens. No matter how careful you are, there’s always a risk that your personal possessions could be stolen, damaged or broken.
Tenants only need contents, NOT building insurance.
Tenants’ contents insurance is designed to protect your possessions from flood and fire damage as well as theft. It usually covers the items that will fall out if you turn your home upside down.
Generally, a contents policy covers:
· your clothes and jewellery
· any gadgets, appliances and electronics
· books, CDs & DVDs
· your own furniture and soft furnishings (curtains, towels etc.)
· cutlery and crockery
· antiques and family heirlooms
· your bicycle
No matter how careful you are, there’s always a risk that your personal possessions could be stolen, damaged or broken.
To give you peace of mind, contents insurance ensures that, should the worst come to the worst and your personal possessions are damaged or stolen, you’ll have the means to cover and recoup the cost.
My Home Contents Insurance Scheme – Thistle Insurance Services Ltd.
RHA has a longstanding close relationship with Thistle Insurance Services Ltd to provide the ‘My Home Contents’ Insurance Scheme, underwritten by Allianz Insurance plc, which is specifically tailored to Social Housing tenants in Wales.
Their ‘My Home Contents’ Insurance Scheme is an affordable and flexible scheme designed to protect tenants against a whole range of risks. Some of the benefits to tenants include, flexible pay as you go payment options, no excess, new for old cover, no minimum security requirements and there’s no administration or cancellation fees. Costs start from as little as £1.53 per fortnight
For further information and to apply for insurance, either:
· click on the link
· Call our Housing Services Team on 01443 424200
· Email us at email@example.com
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