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Hi Everyone,

 

So Me and my business partners (my friends :lol:) have finally had our business bank account application accepted by Barclays, the LTD company has been incorporated since October.. I believe that makes It is time we get some insurance before going any further!

 

Has anyone made their own LTD company for their property investments? And if so what insurance did you get? We are going to buy, refurbish & let out the properties to tenants.

 

Any advice would be much appreciated :)

 

Thank you,

 

Doug 

 

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Hi Doug,

 

You need to get renovation insurance to begin with that allows unoccupancy. Then when a tenant moves in, change to Landlord Insurance.

If the Company owns the property, then the insurance needs to be in the company name.

Easy to sort, give me a call on 01832-735388 and quote Property Hub and 'll quote for you.

Jason McClean

The Property Insurer

07734-113554

 

http://www.thepropertyinsurer.co.uk

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The Property Insurer has one aim only – to be the leading specialist price comparison insurance website in the UK, providing the very best and most appropriate property insurance cover at the keenest price.

 

That’s our aim and we are not a big conglomerate that has hungry shareholders, we are a small company that is taking a long term sustainable approach to business that we think is responsible and will work for everyone we deal with, whether broker, insurer or customer.
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