Property Insurance for Scotland (and
other parts of the UK and main residence insurance
on holiday home insurance
Property Insurance for Scotland (and
other parts of the UK and other European Countries)
from Andrew Copeland
policy is underwritten at Lloyds.
major risks covered are for the following:-
with road vehicles
also offer a 24 hour claim helpline
a quote please fill in the following form by clicking on the logo below
Copeland Insurance Consultants Ltd is authorised and regulated by the Financial
available for properties in France, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Italy, Ireland,
Germany, Belgium, Holland, Denmark, Sweden, Malta and Cyprus with policies written
in English - Click on logo below for more details
Copeland Insurance Consultants Ltd is authorised and
regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority
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is a trading name of Blenheim Park Ltd. Registered
Office: Blenheim Park Ltd, Phoenix House, 11 Wellesley
Road, Croydon CR0 2NW
Holiday Home Insurance for the UK
revival of UK Holidays, low mortgage rates and extra leisure time has meant more
people are buying second homes. If your additional property is your second home
or an investment, they
have one thing in common - the need for specialist insurance.
do I need Holiday Home Insurance?
you own or are purchasing a holiday home in the UK then most standard household
insurance policies will not protect rented property
therefore need to a specialist policy for your holiday home property that is designed
exclusively for properties used as holiday homes or let for holiday use. As an
owner of a holiday home, it is vital that you fully understand the extent and
limitations of your insurance policy. What restrictions are in place when letting
and unoccupancy etc? Do you have cover for public liability or loss of use?
home insurance policies abroad can be full of catches - Take care.....
on a holiday home insurance abroad can be very complicated. Dealing with complex
insurance policies on overseas homes is something more and more people are having
to come to terms with.
are now more than 1 million properties owned by the British.
can you do? First of all read and check the small print in the policy. If it is
in a language that you do not understand have it translated.
whether your cover does exactly what it is so that the insurer cannot reject a
claim at a later stage.
sure that your property is compliant for a country's particular legislation. In
France now a swimming pool has to be properly gated and if your pool does not
comply with the law, it could invalidate the entire policy.
sure that your buildings insurance covers the gardens and outbuildings, not just
insurance company know that you are letting the property out and when you let
it out to holiday makers, make sure that the visitors have taken out their own
cases you might not be covered for subsidence and earthquakes and the Public Liability
level is often lower such as in Portugal.
like in Britain you might have conditions, that if you are away from the property
for more than a month you might need someone to check it over regularly, drain
down plumbing and leave heating on.
you have a mortgage, the lender might be able to provide advice or as you might
well have a bank account with a bank in the country the property is situated in,
A lot of
British based insurance companies are now covering overseas properties and many
of these can be found via the web. There are now also many multinational insurance
companies operating, names that are familiar in Britain are becoming just as familiar
in France and Spain. Shop around and take care.
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