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.
Motorists and homeowners buying or renewing insurance policies could benefit from a number of top offers currently available through MoneySupermarket.
As the Government announces long-term loans to homeowners in a bid to make their properties more energy efficient, Jonathan Cracknell, household underwriting manager at Aviva, gives some hints and tips on Green homes and your home insurance cover.
Homeowners in London, Leeds and Bradford are the most likely in the UK to make a claim for theft or burglary on their home insurance policy, and are paying 20 per cent more for their home insurance, according to analysis by MoneySupermarket.
During the holiday period, the typical household will receive £712 in gifts and new purchases, according to research by Sainsbury's Bank Home Insurance.
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.
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