Buildings Insurance

How do you calculate a house re-building costs , for insurance purposes
15:25 Sun 05th Jun 2011
 
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By using the calculator provided by the Building Cost Information Service (from the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors):
http://calculator.bcis.co.uk/

Chris
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Thanks Chris

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It's the cost of rebuilding your house (including if necessary razing it to the ground and putting in new foundations) - nothing to do with market value of the property.
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I do know that , hence '' ... house re-building costs ...'' in my question ?

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