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Living & Working in the Pollensa Area This forum is for any comments, questions and advice about living (permanently or temporarily) and working in the Pollensa area. Aimed at ex-pats, property owners etc.

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Old 22-09-2022, 12:47
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Afternoon All,
Iíve just received a renewal notice for home insurance for my small holiday home in CSV.
Bank Sabadell want to charge me just over Ä600 for around Ä140,000 rebuild cost and about Ä16,000 contents cover.
The cost seems far too high.
Has anyone any suggestions of a reliable local broker who can probably do better?
Thanks a lot.
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Have you tried Linea Directa (Direct Line)? Everything in English. I use them for car insurance. Our property is part of a community insured with Allianz and contents with Caixa Bank. Insurance Brokers are pretty rare in Spain, I think. Most people go direct. I believe Axa are pretty good.
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Old 23-09-2022, 08:35
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Try Axa. They have an office in Pollensa.
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Great advice guys, thank you!
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The test of an insurance company is when you have to make a claim.

We had a very good experience with Catalonia Occidente earlier this year. See previous post.

We used eladio@lorenteseguros.com who is based in the Port.

Prices were very competitive too.
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With Linea Directa (Direct Line) always remember - never accept the first price. Leave it a few days and they will start ringing you back and reducing the price.
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