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.
Bricks and mortar remain one of the most valuable assets that any of us may own. For criminals looking to make a substantial quick return, therefore, property is very much in their sights.
Floods cause untold damage to properties in the UK. Following the most recent spate of the worst storms in the winter of 2015-16, the insurance industry paid out more than £1.3 billion in claims...
With any home renovation project, there are innumerable details to be considered and preparations to be made – plans to be drawn up by architects and engineers, maybe, planning permission to be obtain
As a landlord, you are not always obliged to have building insurance for your let property. But there are many instances when it is a safeguard you cannot – and would not want – to avoid, since buy to…
People who are in rented accommodation – whether in the private or public sector – and who are on low incomes or unemployed, qualify for benefits to help pay their rent.
Probably not long now before the wind is howling round the eaves of your home, the rain is lashing down, and falls of sleet and snow are forecast.
If you’re unfortunate enough to experience flood damage, then you’ll probably be contacted fairly quickly by someone called a “loss adjuster”.