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Unoccupied Property Advice

There are a lot of extra risks that need to be understood when you are involved with unoccupied property. Ensure you keep up with our articles and know the ins and outs.

Empty property after someone has died

Insuring an empty property after someone has died (2024 Update)

By UKinsuranceNET in Unoccupied Property Advice

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…

12 February 2024
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How you can minimise the impact of water damage with Unoccupied...

By UKinsuranceNET in Unoccupied Property Advice

Whether you’re temporarily relocating, renovating, or waiting for new tenants to move in, leaving your property unoccupied can expose it to various hazards, including water damage. Here, we’ll explore how…

09 February 2024
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The true cost of Unoccupied Property Insurance: a guide

By UKinsuranceNET in Unoccupied Property Advice

As a property owner, understanding the true financial implications of obtaining insurance is paramount. Here, we’ll examine the various parameters that influence the price of Unoccupied Property Insurance, also known…

05 February 2024
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The Costs Associated With an Empty Property

By UKinsuranceNET in Unoccupied Property Advice

If a property is left empty for any length of time there is not only the apparent waste of an essential residential or commercial resource, there are also real financial…

23 December 2020
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Why You May Need Unoccupied Property Cover

By UKinsuranceNET in Unoccupied Property Advice

The small print of an insurance policy rarely seems to make very interesting reading, but here are a few reasons why you might want to break your normal habits and…

06 December 2020
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Unoccupied property insurance for probate properties

By UKinsuranceNET in Unoccupied Property Advice

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 property, possessions…

20 November 2020
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Considerations For An Unoccupied Letting Property

By UKinsuranceNET in Unoccupied Property Advice

It may be important for any landlord to give some thought to the situations where a letting property may be unoccupied. That’s because, as a careful read though your existing landlords…

19 November 2020
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Your Obligations Under An Unoccupied Insurance Policy

By UKinsuranceNET in Unoccupied Property Advice

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. In order to…

30 October 2020
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Insurance Cover for Unoccupied Properties

By UKinsuranceNET in Unoccupied Property Advice

If you have a careful read through the detail of your property insurance policy, you’ll typically come across a clause or condition relating to the occupancy status of the property….

30 September 2020
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Bring Your Unoccupied Property Back to Life

By UKinsuranceNET in Unoccupied Property Advice

According to the housing pressure group, Empty Homes, they estimate there are some 845,000 empty homes in the UK, and some 300,000 of these have been empty long-term – that is to…

23 September 2020
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Taking a Holiday? You need Unoccupied Property Insurance

By UKinsuranceNET in Unoccupied Property Advice

Your current home insurance When was the last time you looked in any detail at terms and conditions of your current home insurance? If you are planning an extended trip away…

27 April 2020
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9 Top Tips on Renovating on a Budget

By UKinsuranceNET in Unoccupied Property Advice

There a fine balance to be had when it comes to renovating or decorating your investment property. You’ll certainly want it to be nicely done but here at UKInsuranceNET we know only…

25 September 2014
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