Category: Renovation Insurance

What does renovation insurance cover?

Posted: 24th Aug 2017

Renovation – building works which might include anything from a new extension to refurbishment and remodelling – might transform any property, making it a more pleasant home in which to live, making a buy to let property more attractive to rent, and increasing the overall value of an already substantial investment. But if you are Read the full article…

What is renovation insurance?

Posted: 17th Jun 2017

Whether it is your own home or a buy to let property, any renovation project is a serious matter, not least because of the expense and disruption. How often have you heard the complaint that it cost twice as much as you bargained for by the time the building works are complete – a report Read the full article…

Do I need renovation insurance?

Posted: 18th Apr 2017

Are you looking to convert your present home into a dream residence? Perhaps you are looking to buy a cheap property, renovate it, and sell it for a profit. The eventual use of the property, after its renovation may be for you and your family’s use, you might want to let it, or you might Read the full article…

Protecting your renovations

Posted: 27th Dec 2015

According to the website Landlord Today, Britons appear to have a greater passion for renovation and home improvement generally than any other country in Europe – three out of every four homeowners in this country carried out some form of home improvement during 2014, claims the website, and still more projects are planned for 2016. Read the full article…

Useful ideas for property renovation

Posted: 14th Oct 2015

There might be a number of reasons for your deciding to renovate a property: it is one that you have bought in an abandoned or derelict state, with the express purpose of renovating it and bringing it up to modern standards for you and your family to live in or to let out to tenants; Read the full article…

Finding empty properties to renovate

Posted: 6th Jun 2015

There are both moral and economic imperatives for rehabilitating empty or abandoned houses to return to the market for private sector tenants. The most basic of these are: the waste of a valuable and one of the most essential human needs if housing is left empty when so many families and individuals lack a permanent Read the full article…

What is landlords renovation insurance?

Posted: 28th May 2015

One of the secrets of success in running a buy to let business is likely to lie is keeping your property more or less permanently tenanted. This in turn means keeping it an attractive and well-maintained place which tenants actively want to rent – and hopefully stay throughout the duration of the tenancy agreement. Achieving Read the full article…