Building works such as renovation projects do not sit well with the current rules on social distancing during the coronavirus crisis. Is it acceptable for builders or tradesmen to disturb your careful
A spare room in your home might be the source of valuable extra income if you take in a lodger. In addition to the extra income, there are several issues you might want to consider before going ahead
Floods and Storms The winter season never seems to end in the UK. With it, comes the worry about flooding to property in the wake of storms, and heavy rain. Here at UK Insurance NET, we’re looking…
If you want to know the safest places in your home to hide your valuables, ask a burglar!
If you own high net worth property, it is more or less taken for granted that you want to protect the considerable value it represents.
Inheriting a property might be more common than you think. The Home Owners Alliance (HOA), for example, estimates that some 36% of the population – or around 18.6 million people...
In the middle of November, areas around Doncaster in South Yorkshire suffered a whole month's worth of rain in 24 hours.
If it’s ever happened to you when trying to buy a house in England or Wales, you might be envious of the fact that gazumping is practically unheard of in Scotland.
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