As the festival season gets underway, research from Post Office has revealed that festival goers will pack their rucksacks with an average £524 worth of gadgets.
Home insurance brand esure is warning Brits to be more vigilant with their personal belongings after new research has found that the average bunch of keys unlocks an estimated fortune of over £28,000 and two fifths of Brits (43 per cent) have lost their keys in the past month alone.
Although babies fortunately don't count among things that clumsy Brits accidentally lose down the drain, new research from the AA's Home Emergency Response service reveals that millions of pounds worth of goods disappear ‘down the tubes'.
The cost of home insurance premiums continues to fall year-on-year, according to analysis of over 3.5 million home insurance quotes run on MoneySupermarket; welcome relief for cash-strapped households.
Post Office has introduced a ‘Quick Quote and Buy' home insurance service reducing the time it takes get a quote. In branch Financial Specialists will be on hand to guide customers through the process and provide a quote within two minutes.
Halifax Home Insurance is warning Britons to keep safe when out and about to avoid being targeted, as figures released yesterday by the Office for National Statistics showed that pickpocketing increased by 8% in the year ending December 2012.
Householders embarking on a home improvement project this May bank holiday are being urged to check their insurance cover to avoid stumping up thousands of pounds to fix DIY disasters.
The rate of claims being made for contents theft from British homes is on the decline, and is reflected in lower premiums for homeowners, according to analysis of over 5.8 million home insurance quotes run on MoneySupermarket.
Brits need to get a bit more creative when it comes to hiding valuables from possible thieves, according to research from Confused.com.
Homeowners leaving their homes exposed in spring time face daylight robbery as opportunist thieves cash in on the clocks going forward.
With the growing use of expensive electronic items - including laptops, mobile phones and tablets - it is important for people to consider insuring their gadgets.
There are 6.8 million (14 per cent) UK residents living unofficially in other people's homes, according to research from Direct Line home insurance.
Insurance customers are rapidly embracing the option to manage their car and home policies online, according to Junction, the insurance partnerships business.
Jewellery owners who fail to look after precious gems could be left with an expensive hole in their pockets as the value of claims hits a two-year high.
With the big freeze, followed by storms and flooding, causing problems for home owners across the UK, the latest data shows that it's peoples' problem pipework that tops the list of home insurance claims.
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