Your rental property is just as important as your home of residence – Why not give it the same protection it deserves?
Along with the risks that come with being a homeowner, such as storms, floods and fire, you’re also vulnerable to the risks of damage that tenants can do to your home and contents too. What’s more, there’s also the risk of being unable to rent out your property due to repairs, lease breaking and loss of rent.
With all this, it’s not hard to see why it pays to have Landlords Insurance.
Who should consider Landlords Insurance?
If you’re one of the 2.6 million Australians who own an investment property, then you should consider taking out landlord insurance to protect your investment and the income it provides.
This insurance has been designed especially for an investment property owner like you.
As well as long term leases, Landlords Insurance policies may also cover short term holiday rentals or holiday homes, such as approved Airbnb and Stayz residences.
What can Landlords Insurance cover?
The cover you’ll receive depends on the policy that you take out, but your landlord insurance policy may include: