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Contents insurance is a must have for any homeowner or renter but for plenty of people the value of their possessions is a guess. Should you cover your clothes? Furniture? Carpets? Or what about kitchenware?
The risk of crime can have a big impact on the price of home insurance. But there are ways to keep costs under control.
Confused about locks? It could cost you because giving your insurer the wrong information can invalidate your home insurance.
Why landlords and the law need to stop treating tenants as second-class citizens. In England alone, 3.4 million or one in six households are in privately rented accommodation, up from 2.4 million in 2005.
In these financially challenging times people are starting to see their possessions in a new light.
As British Summer Time begins and garden crime goes up, we look at the steps you can take to protect your outside space.
Insurers usually offer home emergency cover as an optional extra on home contents policies – you will either be charged extra on your standard annual premium, or pay a monthly subscription fee.
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