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Royal Wedding party home insurance warning

Royal Wedding party home insurance warning

Category: Home insurance

Updated: 27/11/2012
First Published: 28/04/2011

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Millions of Brits with holiday and party plans for the bank holiday weekend are risking leaving their homes unattended without home insurance.

More than four million people who are planning a holiday this weekend have admitted they do not have home insurance in place.

Furthermore, another one million patriotic Brits who plan to host a Royal Wedding party or a barbecue over the next few days have left themselves open to a rather more expensive weekend than they might have expected by not having any cover.

With so many homes being left vacant but uninsured, Sainsbury's Finance has warned a costly bill might await unlucky homeowners who return to find their properties damaged or, even worse, burgled.

Worryingly, the latest data from Ageas Insurance and The Neighbourhood Watch Trust has revealed that domestic burglaries are up 14% in recent months and could increase throughout the summer months.

If you have no home insurance cover, or need to review your policy, shopping around is the best way to lower the cost of your home insurance.

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After you have completed one short form, they compare the premiums offered by their panel of insurers to find the best quote for you which can then be purchased online in minutes.

Many insurers also often have special offers to keep an eye open for.

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