Buildings / Contents Insurance

Buildings / Contents Insurance

Choosing the most appropriate buildings & contents insurance can be a minefield in such a competitive market place.

Most Mortgage Lenders will make this type of insurance compulsory when you take out a mortgage with them, to cover their loan.
Other than the compulsory stipulation by a lender, this insurance is highly recommended to protect you against unforeseen circumstances. Virtually every home in the country will have this type of insurance just for that reason, and it could end up proving to be very costly if you do not take the cover out.

Some buildings and contents insurance will also cover you if an accident occurs within your house or on your property, and another person is hurt. This legal liability, although rarely needed, could cover you in situations where people could sue if the accident was caused by something or someone within the house.

At The Mortgage Store we have access to many providers and can tailor the policy to your specific needs and budget therefore ensuring you have the right cover for the right price.

 

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