Most victims of the recent UK floods are not happy with the government's response, according to a new survey.
Names like Fanny Street and Slag Lane may make us laugh but rude street names can knock thousands of pounds off the value of your home, finds new research.
More than £446 million will be paid out to victims of the severe winter floods, it is claimed.
One in five homes lack contents insurance with 18 to 35-year-olds more likely to shun cover. But as burglary rates fall, is cover necessary? We take a look.
Only one severe warning remains in place as the worst flooding of recent years continues to ease.
Money – or the lack of it – is causing couples to fast-forward relationships, as 21% admit finances caused them to move in together sooner than planned.
If you need to move out of a flood-damaged property, a quick-sale company may be able to help. But be warned: the cost could be higher than you expect.
The Environment Agency (EA) cannot protect all people and all properties but will do all it can, says its executive director of flood and coastal risk management.
From solicitors' bills to removal fees, 74% of homeowners underestimate the full cost of buying a home, finds new research by the government-backed Money Advice Service. We look at what it really costs.
Consumer rights group Which? calls for insurers to show last year's premium alongside renewal quotes to encourage customers to shop around for the best deal.
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