According to the British Insurance Brokers' Association (BIBA), 85% of all general insurance policies are sold by insurance brokers in this country and commercial insurance business accounts.
Archive for 2015
Have you ever been confused with your insurance policy because you can’t understand some of the terms?
When it comes to buying the perfect insurance, the company that covers you relies on your honesty. If you hide the truth to get a cheaper premium, then you probably won’t have a successful claim.
Do you often sit on holiday worrying if the house is okay back home? If you follow these tips, you will be able to leave all of your worries at home this Summer.
With so much more than just your rent or mortgage payments to consider, it can be easy to become overwhelmed with bills and feel like you are working so hard for nothing.
Before you start to build and extension, there is so much to consider and when you think you've thought of everything, a new problem seems to arise. Download our Extension Checklist.
A lot of the time, we would never think of knocking out a wall. You would be surprised at the space and modern designs you can bring to your home by considering something different.
It’s easy to forget why property insurance is so important, it becomes a certain amount of money leaving your bank each month to give you peace of mind, but do any of us actually plan for a claim?
If your moving home, you can stop worrying that you'll forget something and download the UKinsuranceNET Moving Checklist to be sure your all set.
These days it seems that people are happier to stay in their current homes and improve them rather than move somewhere completely new. Make sure you're making the right choice.
Being appreciated for your work is almost as hard as finding an insurance provider who really cares about you. However at UKinsuraceNET we’re striving to achieve both as an insurance broker.
With more than 160,000 new properties popping up across cities in the UK every year, most people are jumping at the chance to be the first in the door. However have you thought about the negatives?