The new service allows Let Alliance to place landlord buildings and contents insurance when circumstances determine the insured classification as ‘non-standard’.
Examples of this could be blocks of flats, short and long term unoccupied rental properties or landlords based overseas.
Paul Pearce, sales and marketing director at Let Alliance, said: “We are always looking to improve what is already a high quality specialist landlord proposition.
“By providing this additional service to financial advisers we can help find the best cover available for all rental property situations.”
He added: “Our standard landlord building and contents insurance product is really making waves with its level of cover and competitive premiums.
“Our new service will further enhance advisers product offering when it comes to the specific demands and needs of a buy-to-let landlord.”