Blocks of Flats Insurance


Insuring a block of flats and apartments

In terms of insuring a block of flats or apartments, you might be a property landlord or a property builder or block of flats developers, or perhaps the managing agents for a block of flats. Whatever your status, for those with an interest in block of flats insurance need appropriate advice from QuoteRack's specialist property insurance brokers.

What type of flats do you want to insure?

Block of flats insurance covers a wide range of different types of property insurance and these include purpose-built flats and converted flats and apartments where an existing property has been converted into self contained flats.

"The property is a purpose-built block of flats and as the property's landlord, I am responsible for managing the buildings, the land and outbuildings."

It is not only the buildings that might require insurance cover. If as residents and owners of the property, you are managing your own block of flats, you will also need to consider 24 hour emergency cover for all residents, as well as cover for the gardens, grounds and outbuildings. If you have a communal satellite system or a sophisticated door entry system, you will need to make sure that all aspects of these are included under your flat-owners insurance policy.

"Arranging the buildings insurance for a block of flats was straightforward and I appreciate the expertise that was available from the insurance brokers who contacted me."

If you own or manage a block of flats and you are looking to insure it, QuoteRack's specialist insurance brokers will help you - just hit the 'Get a Quote' link to complete your details online.


"There are six apartments in the building and I needed specialist insurance for the entire apartment block - including fixtures, fittings and underground services"

"Our insurance adviser told us how best to arrange the insurance, both for the apartment buildings and for each tenant's contents. With his help, we saved a significant amount on our insurance costs"