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Summer 2024

Welcome to the Summer 2024 edition of intouch!

The property market has enjoyed an encouraging start to 2024, and as we reach the halfway point of the year, we look at the conditions that have created this stability, and the growth we hope the next six months will bring. Also in this edition of intouch, we demonstrate how tricky and expensive it can be to resolve access disputes between neighbours in our claims case study. We highlight the benefits of integrating your case management system with our online quotation service, Elite, and answer some commonly asked questions our underwriters face about leasehold properties. 

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2024 market overview: the year so far

After an unsettled and unpredictable end to 2022, with the impact of soaring inflation and rising interest rates then shaping 2023, the residential marketplace looks to be a more resilient and stable place in 2024.

Don’t fence me in: a claims case study

Disputes between neighbours over a right of way can easily become protracted and contentious affairs. They often arise when one neighbour, for example, makes a change to their property or the way they use the land, which then has an impact on an established access route, as this recent claim illustrates.

Benefit directly from our expertise

We know that legal indemnities aren’t the most straightforward of insurance policies; they're a specialist product, with subtle and complex elements. So, when your client has a development or commercial property transaction with a complex title issue, it makes sense to come directly to the experts.