Hamilton Fraser Insurance Services (HFIS) is a UK-based insurance provider that specializes in the tenant and landlord insurance market. The company was founded in 1998 by Hamilton Fraser, who serves as its CEO. HFIS offers a range of insurance products, including tenant and landlord insurance, as well as insurance for property professionals, such as estate and letting agents. The company is known for its innovative use of technology to provide easy-to-use and flexible insurance solutions for its customers. In addition to its insurance services, HFIS also operates a number of other businesses in the property sector, including a tenant referencing service and a deposit protection scheme.
Renters in two of the capitals https://www.landlordzone.co.uk/news/report-reveals-unstoppable-march-of-build-to-rent-into-private-rented-sector/" build-to-rent apartment blocks can rent out household appliances, games and other essentials in a novel gadget-sharing init
A leading portfolio landlord in Northern Ireland has vowed to focus on the commercial sector after becoming fed up with the UKs overbearing tax regime. Ian Jackson , a Belfast-based property investor and https://www.ianjackson.com/" target="_bla
Police forces across four big UK counties have united to urge landlords and letting agents to join them in their fight against cannabis factories in rented properties. Four Police and Crime Commissioners or PCCs (main picture) in the southwest counties of Wiltshire, Avon and Som
A rogue letting agency boss who used heavies to scare tenants and misled them about their rights has been ordered to pay �8,000. Four residents complained to Tower Hamlets Councils environmental health and trading standards team about London Corporate Apartments Ltd (LCA), w
A new report from international property agents JLL concludes that institutional investors are transforming the renting landscape in the UK. Over the past decade, the report says,https://www.totallandlordinsurance.co.uk/knowledge-centre/what-does-build-to-rent-mean-for-
Politicians and lobby groups are likely to continue blaming private landlords for the housing shortage largely created by the hostile regulatory environment imposed by the same politicians who want even more draconian laws, finds a new report. One of the most bizarre aspects of