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Part-time retirement to the UK from US in 2030

Old Oct 1st 2020, 2:16 am
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Originally Posted by mrken30 View Post
I'm interested to know the best options for insuring a house both sides when the house is empty. How do you deal with this?
I don’t think there’s any good answer to that.

In my case, our house in NY is never unoccupied for more than a few weeks, as my wife is in residence, and our flat in England is leasehold, so insurance is covered by the service charge - leaving me with just home contents uninsured.
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Old Oct 1st 2020, 8:17 am
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Originally Posted by mrken30 View Post
I'm interested to know the best options for insuring a house both sides when the house is empty. How do you deal with this?
The time we did it we were only away 90 days at a time and the insurance company charged extra plus assurances that someone was checking on it. This was insurance through the Darlington Building Society.
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