Your collection of antiques, books or games consoles, could be worth hundreds of pounds. Are they? And does your home insurance cover them? We take a look.
Collectables, from first edition children's books to coins, stamps and vintage toys, need high value insurance, here's why and how to buy it.
Having a wine collection and storing fine wines at home is more and more popular but even if the wine is stored in custom built cellars or temperature controlled wine storage units, many owners are unwittingly at financial risk through inadequate insurance.
Are your home insurance needs different from the standard needs? If so, try our MoneyHighStreet easy to follow steps on how to buy high net worth home insurance.
Placing a price on the sentimental value of your possessions may be impossible, but a high value contents insurance policy will give you some level of security and peace of mind. Some items though may have a value that exceeds the limits set on a standard home insurance policy. This is when an insurance broker may prove invaluable.
You can build higher walls, install better alarm systems and even place your art and antiques in shock-proof glass cases – but your last line of defence will always be your insurance policy.