Arkel Underwriting targets landlord growth with Applied expansion


Arkel Underwriting has rolled out its landlord product, Premier Let, on Applied Systems in its second partnership with the software provider in a matter of months.

The policy, backed by Amtrust, includes building sum insured up to £1m and contents insured up to £50,000.

The features also include malicious damage and theft by tenant up to £5000, property owners’ liability up to £2m and alternative accommodation up to 20% of the building sum insured.

Managing general agent Arkel, part of Atec Group, detailed that Premier Let comes with 30 days unoccupancy along with accidental damage available for certain tenant types.


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