Ex-offenders Property Insurance
Home insurance for those with criminal convictions
The insurance industry may sometimes appear less than fair when it comes to arranging home insurance for those with criminal convictions, including those who have received a Police caution, maybe are on probation or parole, or who are or have been the subject of prison sentences. Obtaining home insurance cover can be extremely difficult and premiums charged are often over costly and unfair. Obtaining competitive buildings and contents insurance when you are a former criminal offender is not straightforward and you may benefit from the professional advice and services of a specialist insurance broker who are experts in arranging home insurance for ex-offenders.
Home insurance - no matter what your criminal conviction
QuoteRack has sourced a specialist professional insurance Broker which has access to insurers that are happy to provide reasonably priced home (buildings and/or contents) insurance for convicted offenders and other types of criminal record. Cover is available throughout the UK including Northern Ireland.
"I was unsure whether I had to declare a previous criminal conviction and non-custodial sentence to my home buildings and contents insurance company, but the QuoteRack insurance specialist gave me all the advice and information I needed"
Obtaining a quote for your home insurance
Please complete the online form, which has been kept as brief as possible. The form will be sent to the specialist QuoteRack Broker and you will be provided with a fast, friendly and professional service. A qualified member of the Broker team will normally contact you by telephone or email within 48 hours either providing a quotation based on the information you give or requesting further information should it be required.
Please note that all information you provide will be treated with respect and confidentiality.
You may also be interested to see other QuoteRack categories such as car insurance for drink drivers and car insurance for those with criminal convictions.
"The terms of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 are quite clear about what needs to be disclosed to insurance companies when it comes to arranging insurance for your home or other property"
"I had received a previous Police caution, followed by a community service order - I found getting insurance quotes for my home insurance very difficult, most insurance companies didn't want to know once I said I had a criminal conviction, even though I'd not been to prison."