Properties that are let out to multiple people can bring in a greater yield and so many landlords and property investors and developers have actively sought out properties that can be let out in this way.
The difference between an HMO property and a Multi-Let Property is that a HMO requires a license and comes with a specific set of rules. Read More
Acquiring a fleet insurance policy for your courier service vehicles can be beneficial in several ways.
Some of the benefits include:
- It is more convenient than having to apply for and update several insurance policies.
- It is cost effective.
- It offers greater flexibility in terms of assigning drivers for your vehicles.
In order to drive on the road, all cars need to be insured. It can be quite a difficult process when you don’t exactly know what you’re looking for. It’s a tedious transaction that needs quite a little care in order to make sure you’re not ending up on the wrong end of a financial mess.
This idea becomes infinitely more poignant when you take someone with a high net worth into account. Due to the finances of both the individual/group and the vehicle, there are lots of important aspects that must be correctly dealt with. Read More
It’s easy to think that Property Developers Insurance is a luxury, but what happens when things go wrong and you find out that neither your sub-contractors nor yourself have the right level of protection? At best it could cost you additional budget, at worst it could jeopardise the whole project or even send you into bankruptcy.
This is why speaking to an Insurance broker that understands Property Development cover inside out is an investment worth making. Read More
If you have a property you can rent out you would probably want to gain a good return on investment. HMO (House in Multiple Occupation) properties is one thing you may which to consider if your property is located right by the city centre or near a university campus or teaching hospital.
When renting out each room of an HMO, your overall rental income will increase. But it’s not quite as easy as simply, letting out those rooms. You may need a license to operate and you will also need to maintain communal areas. However, it can still be a good option for landlords. Read More
If you own and run serviced accommodation, it could be important to have some form of coverage in place to protect you against the various risks faced. At Goldcrest Insurance, we are able to provide you with the specialist coverage that you need.
It’s possible that you may have other forms of property owner insurance in place. Serviced accommodation may not always be covered by these types of schemes, which is why specialist insurance could be worth investing in. Read More
If you have multiple buy to let properties, it’s absolutely essential that you follow all rules and regulations put in place by your government and relevant organisations in order to ensure that your property is up to standard and safe for your tenants to live in.
At the end of the day, they’re either contributing to the mortgage payments on a property that will ultimately belong to you, or they’re providing you with a passive income. Read More
If your company has a range of different vehicles, then fleet insurance could be right for you. Cover for all vehicles under one policy can save you money overall, helping to reduce the costs involved in running vehicles for your business. We can help scour the market for the very best policies as we are independent and are not tied to one provider.
Rent 2 Rent is becoming increasingly popular in the property world. It involves the sub-letting of a property. The owner gives full control over to another person or managing agent to act as the landlord. This can beneficial to the property owner as it takes away the work involved in ensuring that property is let, collecting rents, dealing with any tenant issues. It is also seen now in the arena of Serviced Accommodation.
The rise of websites such as Airbnb has completely changed the marketplace and for property owners that want a hands-off investment, handing over responsibility to someone else in managing Serviced Accommodation or indeed an HMO, or standard BTL can seem an attractive prospect. Read More
Seeing into the future is always going to be tricky, and that is why we need insurance. But insurance prices can very often vary, and there are a lot of different factors that can bring about changes to rates.
Some of the factors that will affect your insurance premium will obviously relate to your own circumstances. If there has been a recent claim, or if there is an increased risk involved, then it is natural that your insurance will end up costing you more. Similarly, if there are changes that minimise risk, then these may lower your premium. Read More