Protecting your UK holiday home for winter

Protecting your UK holiday home for winter

With long nights and icy temperatures, winter holds additional risks for our homes. When they’re holiday homes that are left empty during void periods or treated a little carelessly by tenants, those risks multiply. You need to look carefully at your insurance policy! Even better, don’t get into a position where you need to suffer damage and make a claim in the first place. The UK Property Guide’s partner Intasure offer a few tips on keeping your holiday home in Britain safe this winter.
Is the door closing on British bargains?

Is the door closing on British bargains?

The pound’s weakened state since June 2016 made British property at least 18% cheaper, while falling demand forced prices even lower. Is a likely Conservative victory mean the bonanza is about to end? 
What’s happening in the British property market?

What’s happening in the British property market?

Apprehension over Brexit, compounded by the upcoming election have brought the UK housing market to a near standstill, according to recent data, which could make now an ideal time for some buyers to grab a bargain or move house.
Good debt: A golden opportunity

Good debt: A golden opportunity

For anyone looking to profit from property investment, the old rules about avoiding debt may as well be thrown out. So long as it’s the right kind of debt, explains Alex Marshall. You just need to take your opportunities and remember the property investor’s golden rule…
Northern Ireland. Home of Thrones

Northern Ireland. Home of Thrones

The smallest country of the United Kingdom was seen at its best in Game of Thrones. Northern Ireland provided many of the locations, technical expertise and even the actors. We’ve always known that Northern Ireland is a bit special, but where should you be considering buying a home here?

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