Property Managers Resources
Call us on 0800 00 3545 if you have any questions
|Adobe Acrobat is required to view and print some of our forms. Download Adobe Acrobat reader here.
Forms can be opened in Adobe Acrobat, printed, completed by hand, scanned and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or
Forms to download
RISK MANAGEMENT MAILOUT TO YOUR LANDLORDS
The following word files are available for you to download, merge with your database and or print on your own letterhead:
PET APPLICATION/AGREEMENT FORM
We are happy to provide a logo to go onto your website, providing you are an Approved supplier. Feel free to email us email@example.com
Want a blurb for your newsletter or for your website about our product? Email us for something a bit different at firstname.lastname@example.org
Protect your landlords. Protect yourself.
At Real Landlord Insurance Ltd, we pride ourselves on providing a superior insurance product to landlords. In addition to the advantage this product provides as a listing tool to secure new managements, it is also a powerful risk management aid.
A significant percentage of all professional indemnity claims relate to the property management industry. If a tenant makes a claim against a landlord who doesn’t have insurance, the tenant’s lawyer will find someone else to be involved in the claim. More often than not, the next person in the firing line is the Property Manager. In the case of permanent disability, or even death, this could amount to millions of dollars in compensation.
It is now expected that a landlord will delegate their duty of care to the Property Manager under the management agreement. More frequently, courts are saying that when landlords sign agreements to have their property managed by a professional, they are delegating their duty of care for that property to the Property Manager. The only way Property Managers can adequately protect themselves and the agency they work for, against legal liability claims, is to take preventative measures.
If landlords don’t have building insurance, they don’t have liability cover.
From a Property Manager’s perspective, landlord insurance is as much about protecting yourself as it is your landlords. If a tenant stops paying rent it’s not only the landlord that incurs a financial loss. No rent means no commission for your office.
When something goes wrong wouldn’t it be a far easier telephone call to the landlord if you could say, “but, that’s why you have insurance”!