Vacant/Empty Buildings and F.LE.A. cover – What I need to know

On the face of things, an empty or vacant building might not be initially thought of as troublesome. As a landlord, while you will want to ensure the prompt arrival of tenants, there will be those interim periods whereby a property will reside on its own, bringing with it potential pitfalls in terms of your insurance cover.

Vacant/empty buildings and F.L.E.A. cover can help protect against unforeseen accidents such as burst water pipes, while burglars and thieves tend to target vacant properties that they’ve previously inspected.

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Vacant Empty Buildings and F.L.E.A. cover: What I need to know



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