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Posted by Pank104 - Created: 3 years ago
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Posted by Pank104 - 3 years ago

Thank you to everyone who took the time and trouble to reply.  We are now sorted, me thinks.

Enjoy the sunshine.

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Posted by stewart lyon - 3 years ago

SAGA no problems  we use saga

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Posted by Dibbyspot - 3 years ago

Hi, it very much depends on what the property will be used for and how long it will remain vacant. A broker is the best route but if you are renting it out then I would get the letting agent on the case. they have great deals on pricing, know the market and are taking 10% of your rent for such services.

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Posted by No longer Online - 3 years ago

Try the NFU

 

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Posted by hillhead - 3 years ago

I use an old fashioned brokers who would probably be able to help you

 

https://www.bishopcalway.co.uk/product/household_insurance

 

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Posted by honeysuckle20 - 3 years ago

Why not try Intasure www.intasure.com They will insure Expats, holidayhomes, etc. We have always found them very helpful.