Tenant Protection

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Tenant Protection

Designed with tenants in mind

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Tenant Protection

Designed with tenants in mind

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Tenant Protection

Designed with tenants in mind

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What could life throw at you?

Tenant Protection

What could life throw at you?

SERIOUS ILLNESS

such as cancer, multiple sclerosis, strokes or heart attack

INJURY

slips, trips, falls or back pain

STRESS

anxiety or depression

If you were unable to work, how would you pay the rent?

  • The average cost of rent or mortgage payments for a family is £508 per month1.
  • The average monthly household spend on food and utilities is £1,035 per month1.
  • The average family savings pot £3,494. How long would this cover your expenditure?1.
  • Have you checked to see what assistance might be available to you?
  • Statutory sick pay is currently £94.25 a week. If you weren’t eligible for other assistance, would this cover your outgoings?2
If you were unable to work, how would you pay the rent?

Did you know?

76% of parents have no financial plan for dealing with lost income due to ill health.3

Did you know?

If you’re renting a home, make sure you don’t put it at risk.

To book an appointment to discuss tenant’s insurance, get in touch

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Protect your home and your loved ones

Don't let serious illness, stress, injury or death let you or your loved ones lose your home. 

Critical illness insurance

  • Is designed to pay a lump sum or a regular income if you are diagnosed with a ‘critical illness’, as specified in the policy terms and conditions.
  • The lump sum or regular income can be used towards meeting your rent and bills, or could cover the costs of any additional medical requirements you may have.
  • You can take the time needed to recuperate fully without the anxiety of worrying about money.

Income protection insurance

  • Is designed to replace a proportion of the income you lose if you cannot work due to sickness, stress or accidental injury.

Life insurance

Life insurance is a protection product that can provide your family or dependants with a lump sum if you were to die during the policy term.

  • Help with rent or mortgage payments
  • Help repay your outstanding debts
  • Help maintain your family’s standard of living

Family income benefit

  • Family Income Benefit (FIB) is a type of life insurance. Policies run for a set period of time known as "the term". If you die within this period, the policy pays out a regular tax-free income until the end of the term. With traditional life insurance, a lump sum is paid out on death.

1AVIVA Family Finances Report, January 2018. 2GOV.UK, June 2018. 3Aviva Protecting our Families Report, March 2017.