We recently highlighted some of the pitfalls faced by owners who had bought the leasehold of their homes. We likened their plight to the notorious mis-selling of payment protection insurance policies
Homeowners in Britain together spent a total of £295 billion renovating their homes over the past five years, according to a figure published by Homes & Property magazine earlier this year.
Working from home is increasingly popular in the UK – there is even a National Work from Home Day in May of each year.
Do you know whether your property insurance includes trace and access cover? You might be forgiven for any uncertainty in the matter, since some policies may include it as standard whilst others do no
October is National Home Security Month – and it’s very timely with the darker evenings ahead. Under the cloak of darkness, burglars can sneak around the outside of your home unnoticed...
Like any other homeowner, you are likely to want suitable insurance for your residential static home. Finding the appropriate static home insurance – also known as park home insurance or, more commonl
It's that time of year to change up your wardrobe into warmer clothes and keep the home cosy during the cold weather and storms that autumn and winter will bring.
For many of us, owning a second property and using it as our holiday home is a real dream. It can also be one that’s reasonably attainable. However, there are some insurance issues to be aware...
Here is a selection of some of the more common questions relating to holiday homes and holiday home insurance.
Holiday home contents insurance might prove to be invaluable in a situation where you have experienced a burglary or some form of disaster that has caused you to lose your precious belongings.
Considerable confusion often arises with the mention of mobile homes and whether their owners may use them as permanent places of residence – in other words, live in them the whole year around.
September is upon us. Autumn is just around the corner, bringing with it the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness, according to the poet John Keats.