Category: Unoccupied Property Insurance

The importance of unoccupied property insurance

Posted: 23rd Mar 2016

Without it, the property you own might be exposed to all manner of risks of loss or damage. That is why unoccupied property insurance is so important – it steps in to provide the necessary cover at a time when you might need it the most. What are the risks? Some of the problems most Read the full article…

Unoccupied property insurance FAQs

Posted: 27th Feb 2016

What is unoccupied property insurance? For once, here is an insurance product which does exactly what it says on the tin – unoccupied property insurance is cover for property you own which is temporarily empty and vacant. Why might I need it? your need for specialist unoccupied property insurance may be similarly simple and straight Read the full article…

The importance of unoccupied property insurance

Posted: 7th Jan 2016

The importance of unoccupied property insurance may be summed up in a very simple and straight forward way. If your property has been vacant for more than a month or more and you do not have unoccupied property insurance, you run the risk of the premises being uninsured – and, so, stand to lose your Read the full article…

Unoccupied property insurance tips

Posted: 4th Jan 2016

If you have to leave your residential or commercial property empty for more than a month or so, here are a few unoccupied property insurance tips. When might you need it? There are any number of reasons why a property you own has to be left unoccupied, including: you are having to work away from Read the full article…

Protecting your empty property over winter

Posted: 10th Nov 2015

There might be any number of reasons why you are leaving property you own empty and unoccupied this coming winter: your work might be taking you away from home for several months; the home you live in, a holiday home or residential or commercial property you let to tenants might be in the process of Read the full article…

What does vacant property insurance cover?

Posted: 11th Jun 2015

Vacant property attracts more than its fair share of risks and perils: with no one on the premises, otherwise routine maintenance issues may go unnoticed and create a major crisis; there is a greater risk of a fire taking hold and potentially gutting the whole building; security is a bigger issue as the threat of Read the full article…