Landlord Property Insurance and Tenants’ Contents Insurance in Europe is a report about these markets in ten selected European countries, namely Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Switzerland, and the UK, and additionally includes each individual country report within this series. The collection offers a comprehensive overview and analysis of findings for the European market, worth a total of EUR 9.5 billion in premiums across all countries featured. The overview report investigates the market for landlord property insurance, with a focus on smaller private landlords who own fewer than ten rental properties, and the market for insurance which covers the contents of tenants living in privately-owned properties.
For 2015 to 2019, the study includes data on underlying market drivers over a five-year period including the total housing stock and the number of dwellings potentially eligible for each type of cover. Estimates for the number of policies, along with penetration rates and average policy prices, are provided for each product. A review of the impact of insurtech and other technological innovation on this sector is also included.
Total premiums are shown for 2015, 2019 and with a forecast for 2023, segmented between landlord property insurance and tenants’ contents insurance. Moreover, estimated market shares of leading underwriters are provided, expressed as a minimum and maximum range for the combined landlord property and tenants’ contents market.
The report further includes a distribution analysis based on a survey of 915 organisations across the ten countries, showing:
- which organisations distribute each of the product types
- and for each scheme, who are the underwriter and intermediary partners involved
For further information about this research, please access the table of contents and series prospectus by clicking on the corresponding links to the left-hand side of this page, or e-mail [email protected].