Holiday home ownership - Other costs to consider?
Are there any other costs to consider with owning a holiday home?
Skelwith Fold, like all holiday parks, charges an annual pitch fee which is presently £3,075 (for the 2012 season) and payable on the 1st May. In addition, you will need to budget for rates which, for 2012, are around £182 for the year. Insurance is typically charged at around £10.50 per £1000.00 of value. Electricity is metered, and gas bottle exchange and delivery is available on-site.
How much will it cost?
What's inside a caravan holiday home?
Are holiday homes well built?
When can I use my holiday home?
How can I get the most out of my holiday home?
Can I rent out my holiday home?
Am I allowed to live in my holiday home?
How are my interests as a buyer protected?
Supposing I wish to sell my holiday home?
Does Skelwith Fold have any official accreditation?
Are there any other independent guides to the park's standing?
Where on the park will my holiday home be sited?
How can I finance my purchase?
Are there any other costs to consider?
How can I find out if Skelwith Fold is for me?
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