Samurai swords, a London Olympic torch and a map of Somerset were among some of the stranger things Brits insured in their homes last year.
If you’re looking to move home this year, there is a wealth of information available to help you find your perfect location.
Home insurance claims for damage to property during the recent storms have surged. We look at when insurers pay out – and when they won't.
The latest bout of severe weather around Britain means more damage and more insurance claims. We explain how to avoid being turned down.
We've normally got more expensive stuff in our homes over Christmas. But are they covered by home insurance? Our home insurance expert explains all.
Sherlock Holmes has a swish London lifestyle, but how much does it cost to live in 221B Baker Street? This infographic looks at the cost of being Sherlock.
Would you change the locks on a new property when you move house? Most of us would not, according to a new survey.
House buyers should factor in an increased risk of subsidence when having a new home surveyed, following this year's dry summer, warns a leading home insurer.
A new legal ruling means that homeowners are more likely to face huge bills for subsidence damage caused to neighbouring properties by trees and hedges.
Many Brits have faced difficulties selling their homes in recent years given the uncertain economic climate, and have been forced to let their properties instead.
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