According to research published by the Association of British Insurers (ABI) in February of 2018, the average British household owns possessions worth some £35,000.
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.
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.
Subsidence is probably one of the most serious and technically challenging risks to face your home.
Cavity wall insulation helps to keep your home warmer in winter and cooler in summer. By doing so, it also helps to reduce the cost of your energy bills.
Subsidence claims are typically amongst the most expensive home insurance claims. Problems arising from subsidence may be difficult to spot and develop only over a number of years.
Here we’ll examine the impact of the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) on UK business practices and specifically your rights as a consumer of insurance and insurance-related products.
You’ve finally lived the dream and arrived at college or university. Freshers’ week is an uncomfortably dim and distant memory. And now it’s time to get down to some of that work you’d heard talk abou
The Guardian newspaper on the 20th of July 2018 described it as a “murky” yet “lucrative” corner of the residential property market in the UK – the leasehold system.
Don’t let the glorious summer we’ve just had lull you into a false sense of security. The coming winter is just as likely to throw its usual quota of storms, rain and freezing temperatures.
How much are you paying for your home insurance? According to a report by the BBC on the 27th of August 2018, it might be a lot more than you reckoned.