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Something that can create cause for concern with customers filling out a UKinsuranceNET quote form is the types of locks on your property.
Renting near a university can be a big worry for some landlords, but it’s also a huge market. You may have tried weighing up the pros and cons yourself but we’ve done it for you.
Winter is just around the corner, so if you haven’t already done so, now is the time to make sure your home is properly protected against severe weather.
You may ask yourself why you would ever want a second home, but with 37% of over 55’s planning to invest in a second property, it looks like buying an extra property might be the perfect investment.
When it comes to buying the perfect insurance, the company that covers you relies on your honesty. If you hide the truth to get a cheaper premium, then you probably won’t have a successful claim.
Do you often sit on holiday worrying if the house is okay back home? If you follow these tips, you will be able to leave all of your worries at home this Summer.
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?
We’ve all done it, we skip all of the extras because we want the bare minimum to get us by. Whether its property insurance or car insurance, there is always something else that can be added on.
As a new bill to change insurance policies may be passed through the House of Lords by March 2015, some people are feeling a little bit confused about it, so we are going to try and clear it up.
There are so many questions and worries that anybody would be sent to despair, so we have put together a few questions and answers so that you can prepare, or bring your self back from a flood.