Building and Content Insurance

Through First2Protect, Finch and Company work with them to offer insurance to protect you and your property and this is a great advantage.

We recommend organising home and contents insurance shortly before you the exchange of contract. Offering a range of competitive products from a panel of lenders. To keep things easy we’ll be in contact with you to discuss your needs. Don’t forget, you need all insurance policies to begin from the exchange of contract date.

They can provide access to a range of services through a panel of leading insurers offering cover for the following:

  • Property insurance including accidental damage cover
  • Contents insurance for furniture, carpets and furnishings
  • Legal expenses cover including tenant disputes
  • Home emergency with 24/7 access to approved tradesmen for emergency repairs and no excess 

Protection that is tailored to you. They establish your specific needs before finding the most suitable product for you from our panel of insurers. It’s a solution tailor-made to each customer.

Portfolio Insurance. If you have a portfolio of properties, you could make savings with a portfolio insurance package, insuring multiple properties under one simple low cost policy. They have a dedicated portfolio team that specialise in just this.

They can insure almost anyone! Maybe you have some specialist requirements?

Terms and conditions apply. This information is a summary only. You will receive a full policy document upon application. This policy will set out the terms, conditions and limitations of cover provided under the plan. Offer available until further notice.

Finch and Company is a trading name of GFEA Limited and is an introducer appointed representative of First Complete Ltd for purpose of the provision of advice in relation to mortgage and non investment insurance products. General Insurance advice is provided by First2Protect Limited an appointed representative of First Complete Ltd. First Complete Ltd is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority