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    • lyndabill
    • By lyndabill 10th Oct 18, 11:53 AM
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    empty property insurance
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    empty property insurance 10th Oct 18 at 11:53 AM
    any links please to best company for empty property insurance. a house will be on the market soon and we need to insure it while it's empty. thanks
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    • dotchas
    • By dotchas 10th Oct 18, 11:58 AM
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    I used a broker called Fresh a few years ago. I had to state the property was checked regularly though
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    • By gardner1 10th Oct 18, 11:59 AM
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    we used this company for my Aunts empty house when she went in to care
    https://www.intelligentinsurance.co.uk/

    Very good price for a years cover on empty house on condition it was checked once a week
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    any links please to best company for empty property insurance. a house will be on the market soon and we need to insure it while it's empty. thanks
    Originally posted by lyndabill
    Who is it currently insured with?

    Insurers of my late sister's property were happy to continue insuring it on virtually the same terms, while I obtained Probate.
    • lyndabill
    • By lyndabill 13th Oct 18, 10:16 PM
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    THANKS. I have insured it and changed the locks so I know it's secure and insured. Much happier x
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