In the midst of a widely reported housing crisis, it might seem strange that there are more empty and apparently abandoned homes this year than there were last year.
Insurance products need to keep abreast of the times and be responsive to particular problems as and when they are identified.
When asked if you own an unoccupied property, you might have in mind an abandoned and derelict house, and promptly dismiss the question.
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When someone dies, the house in which they have been living is likely to become unoccupied. The property may remain empty throughout the period of probate – during which the eventual disposal...
Many homes may become temporarily vacant and unoccupied because the previous owner has died. There then follows a potentially lengthy and complicated process of probate during which the ...
Have you ever wondered about the status of your insurance if you leave empty and unoccupied any property you own – be that your normal place of residence, buy to let accommodation or commercial, retai
Your usual home insurance and landlord insurance policies will require the property to be occupied. If your home or property is going to be empty then you will need to consider what is best for you.
Unoccupied property insurance is a vital aspect for any landlord to be aware of. As, in recent years, many property owners have become accidental landlords, many of the finer details of insurance.
It's an unfortunate fact of life that an empty property can sometimes be something of a magnet for trouble. That's why it is always sensible to have unoccupied house insurance in place.
There's no doubt that property, when standing empty, can quickly deteriorate and become downright tatty. Here at UKinsuranceNET we can help you with the specialised empty property insurance.
If your property stands unoccupied for more than a maximum number of consecutive days, typically specified in the policy detail, any standard landlords' cover may become invalid.