Landlord and renters insurance

Landlord and renters insurance

Landlord and renters insurance If you own a rental property, or you are a tenant, you may need different insurance products than normal home and contents policies. Landlords should consider how they can protect their premises, its assets and the income they receive from their tenants. Renters are not covered by their landlord’s insurance policies. Insurers offer products designed for renters, including low-cost policies. Renter’s and tenant’s insurance When you are renting, the owner of the property you are living in is responsible for damage or loss to the building…

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Contents insurance

Contents insurance

Contents insurance Contents insurance covers the financial cost of repairing or replacing your household personal possessions and furnishings, such as curtains, furniture, white goods, stereo, TV, computers and other electrical appliances, clothing, jewellery, sporting equipment and even toys. This insurance covers household items belonging to you, and to family members who live with you. These policies may also include items such as sporting gear and motorised wheelchairs but do not include items permanently attached to the building or insured address or portable items you might take outside your home. You…

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Household insurance

home insurance

Whether we own or rent, our homes and our possessions are precious. Choosing to insure them, and making sure you have the right insurance products for your circumstances, offers peace of mind and lowers the financial pain of repairing your home and replacing damaged or stolen belongings. You can choose to insure your property, its contents, or both. The most common forms of household insurance are: ✓ Home insurance – covers financial losses associated with damage or loss of a property you own. Continue reading this section for more information…

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