Building insurance on rented property

Hi
Does one need to obtain special buildings insurance on a rented property, or is standard building insurance ok?
Thanks for reading.
S
Reply to
Steve

Tenants can't normally get buildings insurance! Did you mean let property? Letting is a material fact and is likely to increase the premium.
Reply to
David Woolley

Google for "landlords insurance".
Standard insurance won't provide cover for let properties unless it specifically says so (but usually they don't even like lodgers).
Landlord's insurance tends to cost a bit more.
Reply to
BartC
Thanks for the replies - yes, I meant in terms of the landlord not the tenant - sorry.
S
Reply to
Steve

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