This Month's Top Articles
Home Insurance UK news (page 23):
|Home insurance 'should be up-to-date' as fire damage increases|
|5th March 2009|
|People may want to ensure their home insurance is up-to-date and providing adequate cover following new statistics from the Association of British Insurers (ABI).|
The organisation has revealed that the cost of fire damage in 2008 rose too a new record high of £1.3 billion an inc...
|New regulations announced for insurance price comparison sites|
|26th February 2009|
|It has been announced that new regulations for insurance comparison websites are being developed.|
The Comparison Consortium will be working with the Association of British Insurers to establish a code of practice for online comparison services.
Furthermore, an accreditation scheme ...
|Brits to 'cut back and cancel home insurance'|
|24th February 2009|
|Many Brits are planning to cut back on the amount of money they spend on their home insurance in 2009, a new survey has revealed.|
Research conducted by LV= discovered that over five million people plan to cancel or reduce one of their insurance policies over the next 12 months.
|Brits warned 'not to be hasty' with home insurance|
|24th February 2009|
|As the recession and financial downturn continues in the UK, those buying home insurance are likely to be looking for the cheapest possible deals.|
However, people purchasing a policy have been warned by Sainsbury's not to make decisions too quickly.
Neil Laird, Sainsbury's Home Ins...
|New weather service 'could offer better home insurance service to Brits'|
|20th February 2009|
|A new weather facility is allowing companies which provide home insurance to Brits to offer a better service.|
The Met Office has released details of how ClaimCheck, backed by computer modelling, is able to build up a detailed picture of the weather across the country at any hour.
|Brits 'going green' to save money|
|14th February 2009|
|Many Brits who may be trying to cut costs to keep up with their home insurance or loan payments are going greener, it has been revealed.|
Research conducted by cahoot has shown that 72 per cent of people are trying to cut energy bills by turning off electrical items such as TVs and computers...
|Snow storms 'highlight the need for home insurance'|
|13th February 2009|
|With the UK experiencing the most severe snow storms in the country for 18 years, property owners have been advised that now is not the time to be without home insurance.|
The Post Office states that heavy rain now means there are over 100 flood warnings in place and many houses are at risk ...
|Brits advised to check home insurance during wintery weather|
|11th February 2009|
|Brits should ensure their home insurance is up-to-date and fully protects their property while the wintery weather sweeps across the UK, it has been claimed.|
According to Halifax, the typical home insurance claim for storm damage is around £1,000, while flood damage can cost up to ...
|UK economic decline may have "bottomed out"|
|10th February 2009|
|Brits concerned about money and how they are going to keep up with their home insurance or car insurance payment may be interested to hear one opinion on the credit crunch.|
According to HIS Global Insight, the rate of economic decline in the UK has now "bottomed out" and the secon...
|Halifax: Some Brits feel unsafe in their homes|
|7th February 2009|
|A survey has revealed that Brits feel reassured knowing that they have security locks on all their windows and doors. |
This is also something which could help to avoid making claims on a home insurance policy.
Research conducted by Halifax, entitled the Peace of Mind Index, reveale...