Despite massive opposition, the Government has confirmed that it will introduce higher probate fees from May 2017. At the moment, if probate is applied for by friends or family....
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The simple answer is that there is no simple answer – except maybe – so let’s take a closer look at why that is so, within the wider context of rebuilding costs in general.
Rental price inflation in the UK has now fallen below the general rate of inflation reveals the latest research from the HomeLet Rental Index, suggesting landlords are conscious of charging affordable
HNW insurance is insurance designed for items of particular value, prestige or rarity. It might refer to insurance of any item of special value...
Guide to insurance for non-standard construction properties Contents Introduction Introduction What is a non-standard property What is a non-standard property
According to a study from full fibre provider Hyperoptic, poor peak-time broadband speeds is the biggest bugbear for home-movers – even topping noisy neighbours and an unresponsive landlord.
Fine art is the making and study of visual art, says the University of Oxford. That includes a huge range of different artefacts from pictures and paintings, to visually creative furniture design, pie
What is a high value home? It’s a relative term, of course, and it might be a moot point whether a particular home is high value compared to another.
Whether or not you have home contents insurance, that is the reason why separate standalone jewellery insurance may be worth your while.
Ebbw Vale, or Glyn Ebbwy in Welsh, means 'valley of the wild horse'. This beautiful town in South Wales has lots to offer if you are thinking of moving there, whether you’re starting a family...
Your home may be a listed building and all the more special because of that fact. Suitable protection for your home, therefore, needs to be provided by special listed building insurance.
Many landlords enter the buy to let market through the purchase of investment property or properties in their own name. Increasingly, however, landlords are looking to form limited liability companies