If you have recently inherited a property, making sure that it remains properly and adequately insured is likely to be one of your immediate concerns.
You’ve probably become accustomed to carefully monitoring your energy bills, with a view to switching whenever you spot a better deal from an alternative supplier - but have you applied the same logic
If you have a spare room in your home or are moving out for a few weeks, you might have considered the possibility of earning a little extra cash by letting the space through Airbnb.
Many properties are mixed-use. Perhaps the most common is the building – common on every high street – which has a shop downstairs and flats above.
Did you get a new iPad or tablet for Christmas? If so, some of the first websites you are likely to have browsed were houses, television property guru Sarah Beeney told the Telegraph newspaper.
Whether you have in mind to build an extension, renovate your home or simply give it a decorating make-over, there may be any number of reasons for tackling such a project.
Claims on home insurance policies for loss or damage caused by escape of water account for more than one in four of all household claims says the Association of British Insurers (ABI).
In an article posted at the beginning of the year, we forecast soaring property management costs as a third of firms in the business confirmed that they had already increased their fees. The escalatio
The winter season is upon us again and, with it, comes a time when many homeowners are likely to worry about the risk of flooding to their property in the wake of storms, heavy rain and rising river a
Insurance is in danger of being a “forgotten” or missing piece of the jigsaw puzzle when it comes to many people’s part in belonging to the UK’s fundamental financial systems.
Whilst the goose is getting fat … how to beat break-ins, freezes and floods Christmas is a-coming and whilst the goose is getting fat, now’s the time to spare a thought or two for the safety, security
Home contents insurance – whether you are an owner occupier or a tenant – is always a wise precaution. At some times of the year, it may prove an even more sensible safeguard than ever.