One in six British households (4.5 million) will be vacant for more than 24 hours over the Christmas period raising concerns over security and safety, according to research from Santander Insurance.
Must have Apple products are likely to fill stockings again this Christmas - but, be warned, they also top the wish list for thieves looking to fill their own swag-bags this season.
As people begin shopping for their loved ones this Christmas, Post Office Home Insurance is ensuring its customers are protected over the festive period with a 10 per cent increase in contents cover during December 2012.
The cost of home insurance has fallen by 5.4 per cent in the past year, with the average premium now standing at £146, according to analysis of over 3.3 million quotes by MoneySupermarket.
Post Office is giving a helping hand to new home insurance customers this winter guaranteeing to beat renewal premiums by at least £50.
One in five households (22%) would be set to lose thousands if they had to make a big claim on their home insurance, according to research by The Co-operative Insurance.
Storms and heavy rain this week have led to yet more flood alerts, once again putting focus on the apparent lack of progress in talks between the Government and the insurance industry on future provision of insurance for homes in flood-prone areas, says AA Insurance.
Almost half of Saga Home Insurance customers say that their biggest concerns in the home are fire (24%) and burglary (23%).
If you’re a trade union member, you may qualify for cheaper insurance through your union’s affiliated partner.
Cash strapped students preparing to start university should check their contents insurance options advises MoneySupermarket.
While householders across the UK dust off their toolboxes this August Bank Holiday, Halifax Home Insurance urges them to check they are adequately covered to avoid unexpected bills.
Students preparing to go to university this year need to study their insurance options according to comparison site Gocompare.com.
This autumn will see around 106,000 students with parents aged over 50 embark on university life and, whilst relying on the bank of mum and dad is nothing new - students with Saga-generation parents can save money whether they get their parents to pay to protect their belongings whilst at university - or whether they offer to pay themselves.
Brits may be upgrading their homes with extensions and loft conversions aplenty, but are failing to update their insurance, according to MoneySupermarket.
Nearly a fifth of UK adults (18%) do not have home insurance leaving families to face the financial burden of burglaries or major mishaps, research by The Co-operative Insurance reveals.
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