Uinsure has launched online quote and buy Non-Standard Home Insurance to its proposition.
The proposition will offer products across home insurance, non-standard and buy to let, as well as to market home emergency, legal protection and rent guarantee options.
Non-standard online quote and buy service is now available for non-standard construction, listed buildings, unoccupancy and second/holiday homes, adverse claims history, building works, previous subsidence and flooding, unspent criminal convictions and previous cancelled or declined insurance.
Non-standard Home Insurance aims to increase the flexibility and diversity of products, which allows advisers to grow their client list and business. The end to end process is also faster due to combining a final set of confirmations into three separate final eligibility checkboxes.
Uinsure director of product development, Paul Kelly, said: “It’s an awesome start to the year for Uinsure – hot on the heels of appointing senior members to our management team, receiving the Defaqto and Moneyfacts Five Star rating, we’ve now added the much awaited online Non-Standard Home Insurance product to our offering.
“Being able to offer such a rounded solution is excellent news – and one we’re very proud of. Not only are we leading the way with our industry disrupting offering, but our continued thirst for success and innovation in the insurtech world is clear to see.”
Uinsure CEO, Simon Taylor, added: “I’m immensely proud of this latest addition – it really strengthens Uinsure’s continued hunger for industry disrupting tech, and by offering this high quality product combined with our even faster journey, it’s a sure winner for our Advisers who will now be able to supply award-winning products to their clients with Non-Standard requirements.”
The agreement allows the CRM data already within 360 Lifecycle to be automatically harnessed when providing a general insurance quote. Therefore, the process of gaining a GI quote alongside a mortgage should be quicker and easier.
In addition, the technology removes the need for advisers to ask customers numerous questions that customers may not be able to answer.