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    Tobster86
    House share (professionals); insurance?
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    • 25th Feb 13, 9:29 AM
    House share (professionals); insurance? 25th Feb 13 at 9:29 AM
    This one seems a bit confusing, and my previous insurer (Swinton + their local Worcester office) have been USELESS.

    I've recently moved into a house share of working professionals and I need to insure my possessions.

    We are all completely unrelated, with seperate tenancy agreements and have seperate locks to our rooms, with a shared communal kitchen, living room and bathroom. None of us are students.

    I take it we do need our own policies and can't get a single one for the whole property?

    Otherwise; how specialist a requirement is this and can anyone recommend where I should seek quotes?
    Is it something covered by any of the comparison sites?

    Thanks for any advice.
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