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Unoccupied Property FAQs

Do I need unoccupied property insurance? You will likely need unoccupied property insurance if you property is going to be unoccupied for a period of 30 days or more. Why doesn't standard buildings and contents insurance cover my unoccupied home? Most providers will...

Security for Unoccupied Properties

Getting the right cover is a must with unoccupied property. Click the green button to get quotes from specialist providers now. Building and contents cover Flexible policies Cover from specialist providers Multiple payment options Instant cover GET A QUOTE If you have...

Unoccupied Property – What Precautions Should I Take?

Insure your unoccupied property the easy way. Click the green button to get quotes now Total protection for your property Short term policies available Cover from specialist providers Flexible payment options Instant cover GET A QUOTE When you have unoccupied...

A Guide to Unoccupied Home Insurance

If you have a property that is going to be unoccupied for an extended period of time, then it’s vital that you get the right type of cover. While most home insurance policies cover unoccupied property for up to 30 days,

How To Keep Your Garden and Shed Safe when Unoccupied

Most homeowners spend a lot of time working on their garden. You might have some trees, bushes, some carefully-planned floral arrangements and might even use your garden to grow your own vegetables. You probably use a garden shed to store your equipment and the tools...

5 Problems with Having an Empty Property

Whether its a second home, a holiday home or just a white elephant that refuses to sell having an empty property can be pretty stressful. It's even worse if this property is a long way from home and you can't just pop in when you are passing to check everything is...

What to Look for when Surveying an Empty Property

Home surveys aren't as complex as builder's surveys and if you have a little building knowhow and don't wish to pay for someone to come in to do a short survey of your potential new home, you may want to do it yourself. The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors will...

Tips for Dealing With An Empty Home

First things, first - you shouldn't assume that you have coverage. The house may be on the market, or may not be lived in currently. It could belong to someone that has passed away. Leaving a home empty can cause some serious financial consequences. You need to...

7 Tips for Landlords Caring for Empty Properties

Empty properties can cause all sorts of issues for landlords, however if you know what you're doing this needn't be the case - here are seven great tips for looking after unoccupied landlord properties. 1. Use the Council Tax Exemption As soon as the property is...