Co-Insurance is a clause imposed on most commercial property insurance policies that requires you to insure your property up to a certain limit of insurance (usually 80%-90%, sometimes 100%). This means that if you you fail to insure your property to full value, you have become a "Co-Insurer" on … Read more about What Is That Co-Insurance Clause On My Policy?
Commercial mortgages are taken for property that is used for offices, industrial or mixed-use purposes. Commercial mortgage bankers are those who either fund their loans using their own money or those who service a mortgage for their investors. Commercial mortgage bankers who fund their own loan … Read more about Commercial Mortgage Bankers
In his article 'Buy-To-Let Property Insurance - Make Sure You Don't Go Without It', James C Kerr sets our common mistakes made amongst residential RE investors and how to avoid them. A common mistake amongst buy to let investors is not taking out specialist buy to let property insurance. … Read more about Rental Property Investments Require Commercial Insurance
So, you’ve done it! You’ve found your own place in the Sun, you’ve signed the paperwork and now it’s yours to enjoy or let out – or both! However, whatever you do, don’t underestimate the importance of holiday home insurance. If you own a holiday property then you must give the type of insurance … Read more about The Importance Of ‘Vacation Home’ Insurance
By Jimmie Newell Security Professionals provide the products and services necessary to create a safe and secure workplace for you and your employees. Products such as lever hardware, panic and exit devices, desk locks and high security key control systems, as well as security boxes and safes, can … Read more about Is Your Business Property Safe and Secure?