Best insurance co for belongings (have my own house) ? Watch

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Ok so I jus want to know how to go about this? Should I go with this one...

http://www.comparethemarket.com/home...ngs-insurance/
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Ok so I jus want to know how to go about this? Should I go with this one...

http://www.comparethemarket.com/home...ngs-insurance/
As the title suggests that you own your own house, wouldn't regular home insurance better suit your needs?

Student insurance is more geared towards students living in halls or student houses, not really for permanent residence.
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As the title suggests that you own your own house, wouldn't regular home insurance better suit your needs?

Student insurance is more geared towards students living in halls or student houses, not really for permanent residence.
Yeah its actually for an assignment So basically this guy is going to buy a new house on mortgage. Is it safe to assume that he will be sold a house insurance by the home owner? in which case he may have to get the content insurance separately :confused:
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Yeah its actually for an assignment So basically this guy is going to buy a new house on mortgage. Is it safe to assume that he will be sold a house insurance by the home owner? in which case he may have to get the content insurance separately :confused:
The buyer would get their own insurance. The moment the previous home owner moves out, they will no longer be responsible. You can get home and contents insurance seperately or as part of a package. The mortgage providers may insist on providing insurance cover as part of their policy.
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The buyer would get their own insurance. The moment the previous home owner moves out, they will no longer be responsible. You can get home and contents insurance seperately or as part of a package. The mortgage providers may insist on providing insurance cover as part of their policy.
Thanx

Do u have any suggestions on the best package out there?
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Thanx

Do u have any suggestions on the best package out there?
It totally depends on the house and what's being kept in it.
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