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…
Shelley Wyse has written 24 posts
Whilst the goose is getting fat … how to beat break-ins, freezes and floods Christmas is a-coming and whilst the goose is getting fat, now’s the time to spare a thought or two for the safety, security
Home contents insurance – whether you are an owner occupier or a tenant – is always a wise precaution. At some times of the year, it may prove an even more sensible safeguard than ever.
Light handed, never complaining, always punctual and incredibly clean. We’re sure this is what the perfect tenant looks like to most landlords. Finding this person is the hard part though.
If you’re the owner of multiple properties you could be saving money on your insurance. Through compiling your properties into a portfolio for insurance you can not only see great discounts.
Property is a part of people’s lives and an investment they work to protect, finding the perfect insurer can be a hard task. With companies on the market vying for your business, how do you choose?
As predicted, the parties coming out on top of the polls are Labour and the Conservatives. As proven in the past, the prospect of a coalition government is ever present on the political landscape.
Your usual home insurance and landlord insurance policies will require the property to be occupied. If your home or property is going to be empty then you will need to consider what is best for you.
Unoccupied property insurance is a vital aspect for any landlord to be aware of. As, in recent years, many property owners have become accidental landlords, many of the finer details of insurance.
If you’re considering becoming a landlord you will most certainly need to get landlord insurance. This is a specific cover that protects your property investment when occupied by tenants.
According to leading insurer, AXA, property landlords are still leaving themselves exposed to rogue tenants as they are failing to carry out even basic checks before letting a property. Their warning…
A cross-party groups report by MP’s says rogue landlords should face nationwide ban. They say banning orders should be introduced for bad landlords, along with the implementation of a national licence