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    £275 last year - £325 this year ??

    The insurance for our 2 coach houses was £275 last year and we've now been quoted £325 for next.

    Thats nearly a 25% increase.

    That seems like a big jump for a claim free year ??

    Its still thru Norwich Union.

    Any advice on other insurers to try.

    Thanks
    Paul

    We are in BS24 postcode area.

    #2
    Bad Broker ?

    Hi It seems your broker or insurer or not doing there job properly! try calling Delite insurance on 02083162341
    good luck
    Neil NEW direct dial 0208 8509697
    email

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      #3
      Try UKinsuranceNET

      We have access to a large panel of insurers for let and owner occupied property. If you would like any advice then call one of our advisors on 08453451236.

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      Chris
      UKinsuranceNET

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        #4
        Well "specialist" - I emailed Delite a week ago with details of our properties.

        A week later, and Ive not had a reply.

        Paul

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