Let Alliance has confirmed that it is already receiving new agency applications from directly authorised firms and is in talks with various networks that are looking to take advantage of the positive buy- to-let sector.
Paul Pearce, sales & marketing director at Let Alliance, said: “Our buildings and contents insurance was specifically designed with landlords and tenants in mind.
“The buy-to-let sector is one area financial advisers are reporting continued growth therefore providing a quality product with pricing to match is certainly going to help improve their insurance sales.
“Intermediaries are also unearthing extra business when reviewing their landlord clients’ property portfolios which is an additional bonus as we supply premium discounts for landlord portfolios.”
Andy Halstead, CEO at Let Alliance said “We have done our homework and using past experience working within some of our major competitors we know what landlords require and we provide it.
“Nil excess cover, malicious and accidental damage cover, higher cover limits for both legal liability and trace & access to name but a few.”
He added: “Now is the perfect time for intermediaries to make sure landlords and tenants hold correct insurance policies which are ‘fit for purpose’ to protect their investment and valuables.”
Let Alliance pays annual indemnity commission for the life of the policy.