If you're looking for information about your GoldShield warranty or GoldShield Care scheme, or want some advice on park-home living, we've put together some expert guides and tips in this hub. Should you still have any questions after reading these guides, please don't hesitate to contact us.
GoldShield Care plans are a convenient and cost-effective way to keep on top of your park home inspections, maintenance, and repairs. Find out more online.
A GoldShield warranty provides essential financial cover for defects with your park home. Find out all you need to know with this FAQ. Read more.
Park home maintenance: Meeting your warranty obligations
Interested in learning more about what park homes are and who can buy them? Read this guide from GoldShield, which will tell you everything you need to know.
Are you thinking about moving into a park home? In this guide, we outline what residential park living is like, so you can make an informed decision about whether it's right for you.
Looking to invest in a park home? There are a few things you need to consider. Read this guide by GoldShield, which outlines everything you need to know.
Are you thinking about downsizing your home? Read our guide, which outlines your options and explains what steps you'll need to take
Thinking about moving to a residential park home? In this guide, we'll outline the costs of buying and running a park home, so you can work out what budget you'll need. Read more.
Want to know more about whether park homes depreciate in value? If you're considering buying a park home, then read on to learn how your investment could fare over the years.
Thinking about moving to a residential park home? Learn about your financial options for buying a park home, including three different ways to cover the cost. Read more.
Wondering whether you can get a mortgage on a park home? Park homes aren't like traditional houses, and there are some important differences you should now. Learn more.
Park homes aren’t quite the same as traditional bricks-and-mortar homes. They’re legally classed as mobile homes, which means they’re neither leasehold or freehold properties. Learn more.
Are you looking to sell your park home? Read our step-by-step guide, which outlines everything you need to know about the process.
Considering moving to a park home? You should familiarise yourself with both the advantages and disadvantages first. Learn all the pros and cons of moving to a park home in our handy guide.
Equity release schemes generally aren’t available on park homes, so if you’re looking to free up equity, you may need to consider another route. Learn more about your options here.