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Do I need a survey when buying a house

6th April 2020

It’s important to have a survey done on a property that you’re thinking of buying, but why and how could it help you? Age Co has the answers in this helpful guide.

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Do I need a medical alert bracelet

2nd April 2020

A medical alert bracelet is there to alert health professionals of your medical conditions in the case that you’re unable to tell them. Find out if you need one here.

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Is contents insurance mandatory

1st April 2020

Contents insurance provides cover for all your possessions, from your TV to your laptop. But is it mandatory or optional? Age Co reveals all in this helpful post.

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What is breakdown cover?

18th March 2020

Every vehicle will experience problems at some point, whether these are age related or down to mechanical faults. This is why it’s so important to have breakdown cover.

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Where do most accidents occur in the home?

11th March 2020

The home is a place where people often feel safest - it’s a comfortable environment that has been decorated and laid out as you want it and a place where you can control who comes in and out.

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How much are solicitor’s fees for buying a house?

6th March 2020

When you’re buying a house, it’s not just the cost of the property itself that you have to take into account. There’s a whole host of other expenses involved too, including stamp duty, solicitor’s fees and estate agent’s fees.

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What is independent living?

2nd March 2020

Independent living could involve having home help, such as a carer, to assist you with certain tasks, using a disability car that’s altered to make driving easier or installing a stairlift to carry you up and down the stairs safely.

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