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UAE Holiday Home Insurance

In March 2006 it was officially announced that foreigners would be allowed to own holiday homes in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Since then, the country has attracted more and more investors every year thanks to its luxury attractions that impress shopping addicts, fine food lovers and fans of world-class hotels alike.

If you already own a second home in Dubai or any other part of the UAE and are looking to protect your property then you have come to the right place. Here at Intasure we offer extensive buildings and contents cover to make sure that your property is protected all year round. To find out more get a quote with us today!

Cover for Holiday Homes in Dubai

If you buy a holiday home in the UAE with the intention of repaying your mortgage using rental income it’s essential that your insurance policy covers lettings. Indeed, you could need this kind of cover should your property become uninhabitable following damages caused by your tenants

Here at Intasure our aim is to make sure your insurance policy fits your needs and provides protection against a range of issues. By choosing Intasure, you could also receive:

  • Temporary accommodation after making a claim

  • Cover for theft even when the property is occupied by a guest

  • Cover for long or short periods of inoccupation

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Intasure has spent years helping customers protect their holiday homes, so why not get in touch with us today?

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