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Let Alliance has made outstanding progress in the UK letting agent market place and now provides over a 1,000 letting agents with specialist products and services. Their management team, led by ex-Paymentshield Senior Business Partnerships Manager, Paul Pearce, also has significant experience within the UK financial intermediary market place.

Let Alliance’s specialist Landlord and Tenant B&C Insurance products are now widely available to Directly Authorised and Appointed Representatives intermediaries whose principal has added Let Alliance to their panel. After a successful year providing their products exclusively to Personal Touch Financial Services, they have been added to the panel of AR networks In-Partnership, Whitechurch and Julian Harris, with various other networks being in final agreement stages.

With the positive Buy to Let sector comes a need for a product which is ‘fit for purpose’ and designed to meet the needs and demands of landlords and tenants. Andy Halstead, Let Alliance Group CEO said, “Our products provide specialist protection for landlords and tenants at the right price and we reward intermediaries with straightforward annual indemnity commission for the life of the policy”.

Paul Pearce, Sales & Marketing Director at Let Alliance said, “The Buy to Let sector is one area financial advisers are reporting continued growth. Let Alliance provides products which will help to grow intermediary insurance sales, whether that be for a landlord with one rental property or the landlord who holds larger property portfolios, we can help.”

Andy said, “We’ve done our research and we’re using our experience in supporting the UK letting agency market place. We know what landlords require and we provide it. Unlike many of our competitors we do not write homeowner insurance, we specialise in landlord and tenant insurance only. Why not call our Intermediary Team on 08458 873 830 or visit to register for an agency or to find out more about our products”.

Andy summarises, “An article in The Telegraph in September 2012* stated the average age of a first time buyer has risen to 35, up from 28 just a decade ago. This confirms the current macro-economic conditions are favourable for landlords, along with many market commentators expecting buy-to-let investment yields to continue on an upward trend. The UK is going through a complete transformation with regards to home occupancy and moving towards the model in countries like Germany, where some 50% of the adult population rent homes rather than own them. Now is the perfect time for Intermediaries to make sure Landlords and Tenants hold correct insurance policies which are ‘fit for purpose’ to protect their investment and valuables”.

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*Source ‘Average first-time buyer is now 35’ (11/09/2012)

Please Note: This Article is 9 years old. This increases the likelihood that some or all of it's content is now outdated.


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