One of the most important things to keep in mind when it comes to your property is how you’re going to keep it safe, and an insurance policy is one of the best ways to go about it. If you’ve got your eye on a vacant, run-down commercial property and have got some big ideas… Read more
As the number of university students continues to grow each year, so too does the demand for student accommodation – which is great news if you’re a landlord! When compared with traditional lets, letting to students can be lucrative, and here’s why: The demand and competition for student housing is consistently high. Students generally look… Read more
When completing a new build or a conversion on an existing property, structural defects can be present that don’t actually show themselves for months or years, until after the project is complete. These repairs can be disruptive and costly without the necessary protection in place. This is where latent defects insurance comes in. What is… Read more
With the UK’s rental market at its highest level since before the 2008 financial crisis, it’s a great time to become a landlord if you have the resources to invest and are looking for better returns than you’ll get in a savings account. However, there’s a lot of work – and risk – that goes… Read more
The number of unoccupied properties is on the rise in the UK with more than a quarter (27%) left vacant for longer periods while pending a sale. According to research published by Property Reporter, 56% of insurance premiums are now for covering unoccupied properties for between 3-6 months. While your home and contents insurance can… Read more
Rental properties remain a great investment. With limited housing stock available and high prices keeping many first time buyers off the housing ladder, owning rental properties is a sure way to generate an ROI on your investment. There is also risk involved with rental properties when it comes to the property and the contents. As… Read more
Summary of the Global Insurance Prices for 2020 and how the Market Rate Increases have been applied.
Corona Virus is a type of virus, which is part of a group that is common across the world. This particular strain, Covid-19, is new and originates from the city of Wuhan, China.
ERS provide their analysis of the Motor Fleet Insurance market for 2020 and the anticipated increases they expect to see due to 3 key elements.