Rent guarantee insurance pays the rent when your tenant can’t
Relax safe in the knowledge that you get legal cover for up to £25,000
Cover the cost of repossessing your property and get access to a legal advice helpline
Enter a few details about your rental property, including the address and the monthly rent.
Let us know when you would like the cover to start. The policy will be valid for 1 year from the start date.
That's it! We'll send the documents to your Mashroom account so that you can access them with ease. Plus, you will have extra peace of mind knowing that you are covered if your tenant can’t pay the rent.
Rent guarantee insurance (RGI) covers you for up to £2,500 per month in the event that your tenant is no longer able to pay the rent. It also includes the cost of repossessing your property and legal proceedings if you need to evict your tenants. Other benefits of RGI include pursuing the rent owed by tenants.
In the event you need to make a claim, rent guarantee will kick in and cover you against unpaid rent for up to 12 months.
Landlords who have referenced their tenants and have an Assured Shorthold Tenancy (AST) in place are eligible for rent guarantee insurance. You will also need to have the tenant’s security deposit stored in an official tenancy deposit scheme.
The cost of rent guarantee insurance depends on several factors, such as the type of property, your level of rental income, how comprehensive the cover is, and whether or not legal cover is included in the policy.
Rent guarantee insurance offers added peace of mind to landlords. Even the best tenants can find themselves in difficult circumstances, and having rent guarantee insurance in place protects you against any potential issues that may arise where your tenant can’t pay the rent.
You will need to professionally reference your tenants to qualify for rent guarantee insurance.
You can buy rent guarantee insurance through Mashroom. We provide cover for landlords who want to protect their investment and reduce the stress that comes with having a tenant who can’t pay their rent.