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Welcome to Insight Online:
your exclusive window into the world of the Holiday Property Bond.
We hope this website will answer some of your questions and help to explain a little more about what the Holiday Property Bond has to offer you.
'Insight' is a great way to hear about the experiences our current investors have enjoyed whilst holidaying with the Bond, and gives you the opportunity to read some of their stories for yourself.
Take a look at our excellent property portfolio, view some of our videos or let Sue Barker show you our latest development in the southern Lake District.
If you are interested in learning more why not email one of our representatives to arrange a chat? Or simply ask us to send you one of our detailed Brochures. Whatever you decide to do, we can't wait to tell you more about HPB.
HPB is a life assurance bond - an investment designed to give you and your family holidays for life. An explanation of just how HPB delivers these holiday benefits and the principal risks (including that you may get back less than you put in) as well as the benefits of an investment can be found here.
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A selection of articles
HPB ticks all our boxes
Having invested in 2011, Raymond and Elizabeth Coates could be considered newcomers to the Holiday Property Bond; the couple’s week’s holiday at Stigliano, HPB’s Tuscan palazzo.
If only we had known about HPB before
Janet Eaton and Will Schofield have been Bondholders for 8 years. But it would have been much longer if they had realised when they first heard about HPB just how much it had to offer them.
The eco-concious gardeners...
Jill and Stephen Wilson pass on the benefit of their experience having looked after the gardens at St Brides for several years and give some simple tips on how to become an eco-friendly gardener.