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Empty property insurance explained

Posted: 14th Feb 2019

According to an article published by the magazine House Beautiful on the 24th of November 2018, there are currently more than 600,000 lying empty and unoccupied in England – and two-thirds of these have been unoccupied for less than six months. So, why are so many dwellings temporarily vacant at any one time and why Read the full article…

The importance of empty property insurance

Posted: 12th Apr 2018

After a winter ravaged by assorted “Beasts from the East”, you might be forgiven for wanting to escape Britain’s unpredictable climate by taking an extended holiday somewhere warm and sunny. But what happens to the home you have left empty in the meantime? More specifically, what is the position with respect to its continuing insurance Read the full article…

Vacant property insurance explained

Posted: 15th Jan 2016

When does property you own become vacant? Individual owners might have a wide range of opinions, depending largely upon the particular reason for the premises being temporarily unoccupied. Insurers, on the other hand, are likely to have a rather more particular view and a closer definition of a property falling empty and vacant. Whereas many Read the full article…