Commercial Landlord Insurance

Commercial Landlord Insurance

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If you own a property which you rent out to a commercial enterprise, whether that’s a restaurant, retail outlet, factory, or any other non-residential building, taking out commercial landlords insurance is essential. Your liabilities as a commercial landlord are vastly different from those who let residential properties, with far more people coming and going, adding a greater level of risk.

At Brisco Business, we help commercial landlords tailor the ideal insurance policy to suit your business and your tenants. Whether you require insurance for just the building or the contents as well, our commercial landlords insurance can give you the comprehensive protection you need for your property.

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What insurance do commercial landlords need?

Commercial landlords insurance is an umbrella term which comprises a number of different key policies to keep your property safe. Although there is no legal requirement for commercial landlords to have this cover in place, it is useful to consider buildings insurance to protect the premises and property owners’ liability insurance and contents insurance to provide protection in the event that anything within the building becomes damaged or gets stolen.  You can also be covered in the event that your tenants are left unable to pay rent, as well as any accidental damages made by tenants.

Who should pay insurance on commercial properties – landlords or tenants?

Insurance for the building is generally the responsibility of commercial landlords rather than tenants, regardless of whether or not you are responsible for the business being run from the building itself.  As a tenant, you will then insure your own business stock, contents and liabilities.

Do commercial landlords need liability insurance?

Absolutely. Although you will trust your tenants enough to accept their renting your commercial property, that doesn’t mean that accidents can’t happen, particularly when it comes to customers or guests. You will also be responsible for the majority of upkeep and repair work which needs to be done to your commercial property, so it is critical to have comprehensive cover in place, in case these lead to damages.

How much does commercial landlord insurance cost?

The price of your commercial landlord insurance depends on several factors. These include everything from the level of cover you’d like and how valuable your belongings are, to how secure your property is and where it is located. Essentially, the more likely you are to make a claim on your policy, the more it will cost, such as if it is situated in a high-crime area.

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