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Year: 2020

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The Costs Associated With an Empty Property

By UKinsuranceNET in Unoccupied Property Advice

If a property is left empty for any length of time there is not only the apparent waste of an essential residential or commercial resource, there are also real financial…

23 December 2020
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Gas boilers, Stamp Duty, house prices, and festive streets

Gas boilers, Stamp Duty, house prices, and festive streets

By UKinsuranceNET in News

In the run-up to Christmas, property news continues apace. Landlords need to stay as alert as ever to still further rules and regulations appearing on the near horizon. Stamp Duty…

16 December 2020
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Repossession Rights, House Prices, and Home-hunting Search Terms

By UKinsuranceNET in News

Landlords show their determination in retaining the right to repossess their property, soaring prices reflect a revitalised housing market, and house-hunters hone their preferences and search terms for their ideal…

10 December 2020
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Why You May Need Unoccupied Property Cover

By UKinsuranceNET in Unoccupied Property Advice

The small print of an insurance policy rarely seems to make very interesting reading, but here are a few reasons why you might want to break your normal habits and…

06 December 2020
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The National Residential Landlords Association (Nrla)

By UKinsuranceNET in News

An official launch this month confirms the amalgamation of the Residential Landlords’ Association and the National Landlords’ Association to form the National Residential Landlords’ Association (NRLA), wrote Landlord Today on the…

02 December 2020
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What Is Right To Manage?

By UKinsuranceNET in Insurance Advice

The Right to Manage is a valuable legal freedom available to leaseholders since it allows them to assume some of the responsibilities otherwise exercised by their freeholding landlord – and may be…

02 December 2020
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Happy places, housing support, rents tumble, and sound insulation sales

Happy places, housing support, rents tumble, and sound insulation sales

By UKinsuranceNET in News

The last week sees a mixed bag of news stories bringing both positives and possibly less than welcome developments for homeowners, landlords and tenants. Here are just some of the…

01 December 2020
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House prices, Green Homes Grants, and coastal property hotspots

House prices, Green Homes Grants, and coastal property hotspots

By UKinsuranceNET in News

Fluctuations in house prices, government initiatives to improve the energy performance of the homes we live in, and a top ten of the nation’s favourite places to live beside the…

20 November 2020
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Unoccupied property insurance for probate properties

By UKinsuranceNET in Unoccupied Property Advice

Many homes may become temporarily vacant and unoccupied because the previous owner has died. There then follows a potentially lengthy and complicated process of probate during which the property, possessions…

20 November 2020
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Considerations For An Unoccupied Letting Property

By UKinsuranceNET in Unoccupied Property Advice

It may be important for any landlord to give some thought to the situations where a letting property may be unoccupied. That’s because, as a careful read though your existing landlords…

19 November 2020
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What Do You Need to Consider When Getting a Lodger?

By UKinsuranceNET in Insurance Advice

In the UK at the moment there is a severe shortage of affordable accommodation. If you have the space in your home, you are unlikely to encounter any difficulty in finding…

19 November 2020
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Landlord portfolio insurance FAQS

By UKinsuranceNET in Landlord Advice

With competitively priced property on the market, a stamp duty holiday in place until the end of March 2021, and unsatisfied demand for private rented accommodation, more landlords are looking…

11 November 2020
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