As our customer you can control and manage your details on our website:
You can also contact us by:
If you wish to make a payment you can call our automated payment line directly on 03300 887953.
Please remember to quote your 12-digit customer reference number on all correspondence, which you can find on HomeGround invoices. If you do not have this information, please give us your full property address with the postcode.
So that we can amend our records if you have changed your name, please send us a copy of either your marriage certificate or a deed poll.
You can send us the document by logging into the portal and using the enquiry form.
To notify HomeGround about the death of the owner of a property, please could you send us a copy of:
You can send us the documents by logging into the portal here and using the enquiry form.
We recommend that you seek legal advice about how to transfer ownership of the property.
Homeground are committed to delivering the highest standards of service and have procedures in place to investigate insurance related complaints. Whilst we make every effort to maintain the highest standards, we recognise that there may be occasions when we fail to satisfy the particular requirements of our customers.
We therefore have in place procedures to investigate and remedy any areas of concern. You should contact Homeground in the first instance and we will try to resolve your complaint within three working days.
To help us investigate your complaint efficiently please address your email or letter to ‘Insurance Manager’. Please also make sure that you include the full property address with postcode to which the original query related, as well as your unique 12-digit reference number.
If you still feel that we have not been able to resolve the matter to your satisfaction, after this process you may have the right to refer your complaint to the Financial Ombudsman Service; the ways to contact are:
Whether or not you make a complaint to us and/or refer you complaint to the Financial Ombudsman Service, your statutory right to take legal action will not be affected.
If you have more than one property you can run them all with one group account. You can then apply for consent requests, make payments or download documents for all your properties with a single log in.
If you would like a group account you need to contact us to set it up. After we group your accounts your log in will remain the same and you can manage your accounts as before. The only difference is that you will need begin by selecting the property you want to deal with for property specific requests.
You can access and download a copy of your lease from your account on the customer portal for free. Alternatively, we can supply you with a duplicate copy of your lease.
If you are thinking about letting your property you might need to seek consent from your landlord first. To find out more about this process, please login to our online portal here.
As part of the sale process you may need to:
If we have been appointed to collect and organise your ground rent on behalf of your landlord, you should also pass on our contact details to your solicitor.
We can only discuss the freehold, subletting, alteration or pet consent details with the legal owner of a property. If you have such questions before you buy a property and the current owner cannot answer them, then please ask them to contact us.
Yes. Normally, a leaseholder needs their landlord’s written approval, or ‘consent, before making any alterations. This is not only to make sure that any alterations do not adversely affect the structure or insurability of the building but is also for the benefit of other residents within the building. You can apply for consent to make alterations through the HomeGround portal. To login to your account, please click here.