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    #16
    I was trying to get insurance for a garage and it is hard (or near impossible). If you can't get insurance, you might struggle to get a loan.

    Nor can you get insurance for the contents either.

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      #17
      Yes, that is true. However, it is just a brick structure, so buildings insurance is irrelevant. Contents insurance, correct also, however, you just need to bare that in mind. If it is attached to a residential building, I believe you can get insurance.

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