It’s probably a no-brainer – do you spend 18 years patiently saving for the deposit to buy your first home or do you tap into the Bank of Mum and Dad?
Archive for 2018
When something happens to your home and it is damaged, the first thing you will want to do is to get your home back to how it was before the event occurred. This is where home insurance comes in.Read Article
Commercial property insurance provides cover against theft and attempted theft for very good reason. Considerable damage is likely to be done whilst the burglars are gaining entry, valuables are…Read Article
A shocking BBC programme has revealed how some new homes in the UK are crumbling due to weak mortar, with those homeowners affected reportedly signing non-disclosure agreements in order to claim...Read Article
Looking to invest in property but wondering where in the UK are the best places to buy to let? You might do worse than refer to an article in Landlord Today, published on the 3rd of December 2018.
A significantly increasing proportion of the population are these days choosing to rent rather than buy, reports Landlord Today in an article dated the 13th of November 2018...
If you know that property you own already has, or may have, subsidence issues, it might not seem to be a good time – or even possible – to switch insurers.
As a buy to let landlord, you invested in property by way of a business proposition to generate income from the rents collected from your tenants.
If you are a landlord, you are likely to have to wait an average of five months to gain a court order for the repossession of your property if a tenancy has refused to leave after a notice to quit..
We are excited to announce that UKinsuranceNET is moving to a new, bigger and better HQ!After 14 years at Alton House, Grange Road in Darlington, we are moving to a purpose-built office on Falcon…
Are local authorities well enough staffed and equipped to run the selective licensing schemes designed to improve the standard of rented accommodation in their area...
The provision of new affordable housing in many English villages is being hampered by planning authorities’ rulings that development is “unsustainable”, says the Country Land and Business Association