Schofields Insurance

Schofields Insurance

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Generated 2 weeks ago

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  • Holiday home insurance quiz: How much do you know?

    The post Holiday home insurance quiz: How much do you know? appeared first on Tips for marketing & running a successful holiday rental. Related posts: Automatic insurance renewals – check your policy terms MPs’ Second Home Insurance Claim Declined Do open windows invalidate holiday cottage insurance?

Schofields Insurance

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • Why holiday homes don’t make profitable property investments

      Can’t resist the idea of owning that holiday home you’ve always dreamed of? Have you convinced your other half that you’re not only buying a place in the sun, but you’re also investing in your future? For every 10 good reasons to invest in a holiday let, there are 10 more reasons shouting stop! Before you sign on the … The post Why holiday homes don’t make profitable property investments appeare...

  • Pop-up brothel warning for holiday let owners

    Police are warning owners of holiday lets to beware of sex workers using their properties as pop-up brothels. Devon and Cornwall police said that in Newquay alone they had discovered 14 such establishments and believed more had operated but had not been discovered. The issue is unlikely to be isolated to Newquay alone, it is almost certainly country wide in … The post Pop-up brothel warning for ho...

  • How to prevent frozen pipes and bursts

    Extreme winter weather in recent years has produced freezing temperatures for prolonged periods in the UK. Subsequently, thousands of exposed holiday homes suffered burst pipes and leaks – causing substantial water damage. The cost and inconvenience caused by the escape of water can be extensive and stressful. A small pipe fracture can release thousands of gallons of water if left unnoticed. … The...

  • How to get a refund if your cottage holiday is cancelled

    The property has been sold, double booked or the owner has decided to raise prices and cancel lower rate bookings: there are many reasons an owner or agent might cancel a holiday booking at the last minute. Unless you have suitable travel insurance or payment protection, as a guest you have little support behind you to fight your case. Here … The post How to get a refund if your cottage holiday is...

Schofields Insurance

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 6 months ago

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