Archive for the ‘Home Insurance News’ Category

Separate Home and Content Insurance will help Save Money

Thursday, July 9th, 2009

The AA is asking homeowners to check their insurance policies carefully to ensure that they are getting worth the value.

Though most buy a combined home and Content Insurance policy, AA insurance feels that it might not be the most sensible thing to do. A combined policy could be expensive too. (more…)

Halifax Warns Customers of Subsidence Risk this summer

Wednesday, July 1st, 2009

All homeowners have been warned by Halifax Home Insurance to take positive measures to avoid subsidence risk as temperatures are expected to soar this summer and less rains expected than previous year. Homeowners leaving especially in the south-east of England should be cautious of high risk because of clay-based soil and higher temperatures. (more…)

Insure your valuable assets in your Home Insurance Policy

Thursday, June 25th, 2009

Halifax Home Insurance reveals that one in ten homeowners do not have their goods insured in their Home Insurance policy. Most of them do not have their home contents covered or are unaware of the value of the contents. Almost half of the respondents interviewed in the survey have no idea of the value of their belongings and almost three-quarters have never had their valuables assessed by an expert. (more…)

Sainsburys Home Insurance Reduces Home Insurance Premium

Wednesday, June 24th, 2009

Good news for Sainsbury’s home insurance customers as they are offering a 25% off on its home insurance customers as it understands that the cost of running a home has increased in recent years. Sainsbury’s Home Insurance did an individual study and found out that the average cost of mortgage repayments, bills, and household outgoings is around £11,455 a year which is actually 2.6% more than running a house some two years ago. (more…)

Saga advises 50 year old Homeowners to Check Home Insurance Papers

Tuesday, June 9th, 2009

High levels of robbery are experienced by people in June especially in the age group of 50. It is therefore important for such homeowners to check their Home Insurance policy and keep it up to date. (more…)

Enhanced Holiday Home Insurance for Saga Consumers

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2009

Saga home insurance announced some exciting deals for people over 50 and owning overseas property. Despite the current economic crisis, people are still keen to buy property abroad especially those above 50 years of age. (more…)

Lloyds Home Insurance Help for Customers

Saturday, April 11th, 2009

Lloyds TSB, the UK’s largest home insurance company announced that it would waive Home Insurance premiums for six months for new customers who were made redundant. This deal would be given to anyone who would opt for its Home Solutions policy between April 6 and June 6. If you are self employed and stopped trading involuntarily then you too can apply for this deal. (more…)

Insure your Home against garden thieves this March

Friday, April 10th, 2009

People and especially those over 50 who are garden enthusiasts are excited about the fact that the clocks would be going forward this weekend and they would have extra hour of daylight to spend in their gardens. Gardening is one of the most favourite pastimes of the people in the UK. However, Saga home insurance is advising the people of the UK to protect their garden equipments against thieves. Saga Home Insurance reveals that their experience has shown that March is the one of the popular months for garden thieves and therefore garden enthusiasts need to be extra careful during this time. (more…)

Protect Your Home This Easter

Thursday, April 9th, 2009

With the Easter weekend just round the corner, home owners must ensure that they have their insurance cover in place in order to prevent robberies from happening. Esure asks customers to ensure that the items left in the garden and outside are also included within the insurance policy as burglaries are often on the rise during the Easter weekend. (more…)

Re-evaluate your Home Insurance Policy

Saturday, March 21st, 2009

Kwik Fit Insurance (KFI) said that almost half of Britons are going for Household Insurance cover with the least possible contents listed because of the worsening economic condition. People under twenty-five and those living with pensions account for the largest category and have been told that in an attempt to save a little they might forgo more than what they would have in terms of premium. (more…)