Unoccupied Property Insurance

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Whether your property is vacant while you look for a new tenant or vacant pending redevelopment, leaving your property empty increases the risk of damage. Standard policies will only allow the property to be left empty for a certain period of time, such as 30 days, and you will be expected to check the property regularly whilst it is unoccupied.  If anything happens outside of this period, you won’t be covered. To ensure you are financially protected for anything which might happen, unoccupied property insurance is vital.  

At Brisco Business, we can help you find the ideal policy for you and your tenants. Whether protecting against theft, vandalism, fire damage or the loss of oil from burst pipes, our experts can help you find a comprehensive policy giving you all the protection you need. 

So, to find out more about insurance for unoccupied properties, compare quotes today.

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Why do I need unoccupied property insurance?

When you leave a property empty, the risks of damage from theft or vandalism increases. A burst pipe, could also cause all sorts of damage if it goes unchecked. Most standard property insurance policies will only allow you to leave the building empty for a short period of time. If something happens after this time limit has expired you will not be covered.  Unoccupied property insurance takes these increased risks in to account and provides cover to meet your needs.  

What do unoccupied property policies cover?

Policies vary in terms of price and the extent of cover they offer. You may choose to protect yourself against damage caused by vandals, thieves or any other form of illegal activity. You can also insure yourself against accidents such as fire or flood, as you would with a regular insurance policy. There are also issues which are uniquely problematic for unoccupied buildings such as if you need to pay legal fees to remove squatters, or if a pipe bursts leading to a water or oil leak. 

How much does unoccupied property insurance cost?

It can be hard to say. Every policy depends on many different things such as the value of the property, the contents you wish to insure and what level of cover you’re looking for. Different providers vary in terms of their policies and prices, so it pays to shop around.  Compare quotes with Brisco Business to put together a package to exactly meet your requirements.

Why might a property be unoccupied?

There are many reasons why you might leave a property unoccupied. These include everything from going away on holiday and living elsewhere while it’s renovated, to the property being a holiday home or something you’ve inherited. All of these scenarios could see you away from the property for sustained periods of time, making unoccupied property insurance essential should anything go wrong during this time.

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