The number of Brits looking to purchase a holiday home in Spain fell dramatically after the crash of 2008, but a strengthening currency and a solid UK economy is making a holiday home appear more affordable than in recent years.
Research from a price comparison service has unearthed the shocking news that one and a half million home owners could be completely without insurance, incorrectly believing that the appropriate insurances are the responsibility of their freeholder.
Recent research has shown that more people than ever want to achieve their goal of owning a property, with 73% aspiring to become a homeowner - a figure up from 65% four years ago.
The latest figures have revealed that flat owners are the big winners in the UK since the property price boom in 2008, with the average value of a flat increasing by more than £1,000 per month since the financial crash.
When faced with adversity, businesses can often enter into a make-or-break moment. Any business that feels the force of property loss or damage can end up going out of action for an extended period of time, not to mention the potential for further reputational damage.
Landlords and property managers often hold huge amounts of vulnerable personal data without realising it. Tenant information, reference checks, photographic identification - all types of personal data that can often hold a high price tag if in the wrong hands.