Just over a year ago, an innovative and exciting joint government/insurance industry scheme called “Flood Re” was introduced, designed to help with the lack of affordable property insurance policies..
GAP years – where you take time out from work to volunteer and / or travel – used to be the thing that students did. This has changed, however, with GAP years becoming popular with mid-career professi
Have you considered the benefits of standalone home emergency insurance as a complement to your standard home insurance?
If your home is situated in an area known to be at risk from flooding, or it has suffered the effects of flooding in the past, you may find it difficult to arrange fully comprehensive home insurance.
Flood insurance describes that element of the typical home insurance or holiday home insurance policy which protects the buildings and its contents against the potentially devastating loss and damage
You might be looking to buy specialist home flood insurance because your existing insurer has become reluctant to continue to provide cover, has removed the element of flood protection from your home.
If you ever have to make an insurance claim for flood damage to your home, you may be in for a nasty surprise when the annual renewal notice next comes around...
Care home fees are likely to be a worry for many pensioners facing the time when they are no longer able to look after themselves and need to turn to residential care. And the reason for those worries
If you have been left a house in someone’s will, your thoughts are likely to turn to the need for the appropriate form of insurance to protect it against the risks of loss or damage.
Do you own property that might be described as high net worth? To answer that question, of course, it might be helpful to know just what is meant by the term.
Property, such as your home, which has been transferred into a trust is vulnerable to the same risks and perils of damage or loss as any other property. It too requires the appropriate form of insuran
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.