What is accidental damage insurance?

2022-06-22T11:38:48+00:00June 22nd, 2022|Buildings & contents insurance, Insurance|

We face household accidents regularly, but that’s not to say they aren’t annoying to deal with when they happen. Many of us prefer to protect our assets and valuables just in case and while that won’t stop things getting broken, it does help during the aftermath, but what does Accidental Damage Insurance actually [...]

Surprising things that could invalidate your Home Insurance

2022-04-25T10:20:50+00:00April 25th, 2022|Buildings & contents insurance, Insurance|

When it comes to securing buildings and contents insurance, we select the things that matter most to us. Perhaps you want to make sure your collectibles are covered, maybe accidental damage is top of your priority list, or maybe your expensive tv needs protecting against theft or damages? Whatever the reason, securing suitable [...]

Home Insurance: Does it cover the things that matter to you?

2022-01-10T14:13:15+00:00January 10th, 2022|Buildings & contents insurance, Insurance|

Home insurance- does it cover the things that matter to you? Small print: many of us skim the finer details, but unless you take a proper look at your insurance documents, you might be in for a nasty surprise when you come to claim. Here are a few things from your policy that [...]

Home and motor insurance – How the new changes could affect you

2021-12-15T12:57:56+00:00September 13th, 2021|Buildings & contents insurance, General tips, Insurance|

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) have recently brought in rules ensuring firms can no longer ‘price walk’ their policies, meaning they can not continue to increase renewal prices year on year, especially where new customers are often seen to be paying considerably less in insurance premiums compared to customers with upwards of 5 years [...]

We need to talk about debt

2021-12-15T14:44:26+00:00March 3rd, 2021|Buildings & contents insurance, Insurance, Mortgage, Product transfer, Remortgage, Secured loan (second charge)|

We are walking into a "debt crisis" according to a new report by Step Change. The research shows that 1.2 million people in the UK have faced serious financial issues, including a fall behind on essential bills, and the more common use of credit cards to make debt repayments during the pandemic. The [...]

You can still buy, sell and move home during lockdown #3?

2021-12-15T14:55:49+00:00January 22nd, 2021|Buildings & contents insurance, First time buyer, Insurance, Mortgage, Remortgage, Secured loan (second charge)|

We know that the third lockdown rules can be a little confusing when it comes to the housing market. If you've been tuning in to the barrage of news conferences from the government, whether it's Boris, Matt, or Rishi, you may be feeling a bit overwhelmed, and we're completely on your side. There seems to be a [...]

Did the leap day make you lose out?

2021-12-15T15:32:00+00:00March 2nd, 2020|Buildings & contents insurance, Critical illness cover, Income protection, Insurance, Life insurance, Mortgage payment protection insurance, Private medical insurance|

Last month we had one extra day to make use from, but it also turns out one extra day to lose out on. The leap day may go under the radar of many, but research has found that Brits, on a full-time salary, are losing an average of £151.40 because of it1. So, what [...]