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Holiday Chalet Switzerland Insurance
Owning, or deciding to buy a chalet in the Swiss mountains is a wise investment which can bring you excellent rental income, especially during the snow season. Skiers from all over the globe flock to Switzerland to rent holiday chalets near the pistes. The best way to get the cheapest insurance policy for your Swiss chalet is to visit Quotezone. We can use our comparison system to obtain cheap excellent quality insurance coverage from UK brokers and providers. We take some basic details from you about the location and type of property and then we call you to find out further information so that we can tailor a policy for you.
What are some risks of buying a chalet in Switzerland?
As with all properties you will encounter certain risks. This is why having adequate insurance on your Swiss chalet is vital. You may choose to rent your Swiss chalet out for a week or two weeks at a time to holiday makers and insurance protects you against any damage they cause. You may also have only seasonal bookings which means that for a large part of the year your second home could be empty of occupants. This can put your property at risk from the sub-zero weather conditions in Switzerland. Broken pipes are a common issue in colder climate countries, especially in empty properties.
Is Quotezone regulated by the FCA?
Quotezone is indeed regulated by the FCA — Financial Conduct Authority — as are all the UK insurance providers we work with.