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Sock drawer Brits' top hiding place

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The sock drawer is the top hiding place for valuables at home, according to new research by But is your safe place a safe bet for thieves?

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Britain's most burgled: Are you insured?

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We take a look at some of the most desireable household items for thieves, that should be on your home insurance. We also break down some burglary stats and give you tips on keeping your stuff safe.

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Best places to live in Britain

Wiver Welland in Stamford, Lincolnshire

Stamford in Lincolnshire is the most desirable location in the country, according to new research. We look at the best places to live in Britain.

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Six things novices need to know before buying a house

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Buying a property? Don't get ripped off by the vendor or outmanoeuvred by a rival buyer. Here are six things novices need to know before buying a house.

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Flood-prone homes face huge premium rises

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Homeowners in flood-prone areas face huge increases in the cost of insurance this summer.

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10% of under-35s can’t change a lightbulb

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One out of 10 people under the age of 35 have called out a repairman to change a lightbulb, according to new research by

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How to cut the cost of moving home

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As anyone buying a new house will testify, the expense of upping sticks can soon mount up. But follow these top tips and you could save a significant amount of money.

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Good neighbours add £19,400 to property value

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Attractive homes surrounding a property have the potential to increase its sale price by as much as £19,400, according to new research.

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Top 5 buildings insurance claims

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Accidental damage and storm damage are the most common reasons for making a claim on buildings insurance policies, new research by has found.

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Are you an 'honest' insurance fraudster?

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The typical insurance fraudster is aged 31 to 50, has never made a false claim before, and is likely to be claiming for £500 or less for damage to a computer, television or mobile phone, according to new research.

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