UK Insurance Industry Company Information 1
Let Alliance offers insurance products and services for landlord, tenants and letting agents. RentGuard provides custom insurance solutions to the commercial and residential market. Our findings have been presented in the attached spreadsheet row 2-6, columns C-L.
- Let Alliance provides specialist services to the private rental sector. The company offers insurance services and products for letting agents, tenants, and landlords.
- Let Alliance is located in Chester, Cheshire, UK.
- The company was founded in 2010.
- Let Alliance insurance products are grouped into three main categories, insurance products for landlords, tenants and letting agents.
- RentGuard provides custom insurance solutions to intermediaries for the commercial and residential property markets. The company's products are distributed through over 1,500 sub-brokers and agents around the UK.
- The company is located in Brentford, London, UK.
- RentGuard was founded in 2001.
- RentGuard offers 13 insurance products and services. The following are some of the insurance products offered by the company:
- Endsleigh is recognized as the number one provider of insurance for students, graduates and young professionals; its insurance products cover car, travel, gadget insurance, home insurance, buildings cover. The company is the only insurance provider recommended by the NUS.
- Endsleigh is located in Gloucestershire, United Kingdom.
- The company was founded in 1965.
- Endsleigh insurance products are grouped into three categories, personal insurance, commercial insurance, student and education insurance products.
There's no information on the funding rounds of the companies, and the pricing of their products are only available on request from the companies. For the funding, we searched through business databases like Crunchbase, Pitch, Thinking Data, Gov.UK, UK Globaldatabase, Craft, among others. There was no funding information for the companies after combing through the mentioned sources. We also searched press releases and media sites for mentions of funding the company might have received. Unfortunately, there was information concerning funding for the companies; hence, we assumed that none of the companies had undergone any funding rounds.
For the price quotes, after combing through the company websites for the information, none of the listed companies provided the pricing for their products and services; instead, the companies provided contact information for requesting the price quotes of the products. We attempted to register on the platforms in hopes that during the registration process, the pricing for the products will be revealed. This strategy failed as the registration steps were too complicated and required personal information like credit cards; hence, we couldn't complete the process. Next, we searched through business review sites like FinanceOnline, TrustPilot UK, Reviews.co. The goal was to find the pricing of the product from customer reviews. Still, the information was not readily available, as most reviews were targeted towards the company services and products quality.