Your Exclusive Benefits
- Up to $70,000 contents cover is included with our standard Landlord coverage.
- 14 months cover for just 12 months premium, giving you two months free insurance in your first year.
- A further discount when you have two or more properties insured through PIP.
- Competitive Building Insurance premiums – contact us on 1300 307 072 to receive a detailed quote & Product Disclosure Statement via email.
- This insurance is underwritten by Assetinsure Pty Ltd, ABN 65 066 463 803, AFS Licence Number 488403 of Level 21/45 Clarence Street, Sydney, NSW 2000.
|WA||$319.00 / year|
|SA||$330.00 / year|
|VIC & TAS||$340.00 / year|
|ACT||$350.00 / year|
|QLD||$360.00 / year|
|NSW||$430.00 / year|
|Loss of Rent:||Up To:||Excess:|
|Property Untenantable||52 Weeks||Nil|
|Tenants Absconding||18 Weeks||Nil|
|Default of Rent||18 Weeks||Nil|
|No Vacant Possession||52 Weeks||Nil|
|Death of Sole Tenant||18 Weeks||Nil|
|Tenant Release from Leasing Agreement||18 Weeks||Nil|
|Prevention of Access||52 Weeks||Nil|
|Loss of Rent due to Accidental Damage||52 Weeks||Nil|
|Loss of Rent due to Malicious Damage||52 Weeks||Nil|
|Murder and Suicide||52 Weeks||Nil|
Other Included Benefits:
|Damage Caused by Pets||$70,000||$250 per Event|
|Accidental Loss or Damage to Contents||$70,000||$250 per Event|
|Malicious Damage to Contents||$70,000||$250 per Claim|
|Theft of Contents||$70,000||$250 per Claim|
|Legal Liability Cover||$20,000,000||Nil|
* These benefits are for Landlord cover only – this is NOT Building Insurance.
Please contact us if you require a quote for Building Insurance. Premium is correct at the time of printing (February 2021) but may vary in the future. The current price includes GST and the Broker’s fee. This schedule provides a listing of benefits. Please refer to the Product Disclosure Statement for complete details of terms and conditions of cover, Your Duty of Disclosure In order to make an informed assessment of the risk and calculate the appropriate premium, your Insurer needs information about the risk that you are asking it to insure. This information extends to anyone seeking to be covered by the policy. For this reason, before you enter into a contract of general insurance, you have a duty, under the Insurance Contracts Act 1984 to answer specific questions honestly and fully, but not where disclosure:
- Reduces the risk to be undertaken by the Insurer
- Is common knowledge
- Or your Insurer knows or, in the ordinary course of their business, ought to know; or
- The Insurer has waived your obligation to disclose.
If you do not comply with your duty of disclosure, your Insurer may be entitled to decrease its liability, in respect of a claim or may cancel your contract of insurance. If the nondisclosure is fraudulent, the Insurer may be able to void (or cancel) the contract of insurance from its beginning. This would have the effect that you were never insured.