Choosing the right cover to suit your investment property is easy - it just depends on how much cover you'd like, and your needs, including the type of property (house, strata unit, villa) and whether it's unfurnished or furnished.
Many of us undervalue our assets when it comes to insurance, so it pays to invest a little time in working out their value accurately and keeping it up to date. Knowing what to include in valuing your home and contents can help determine the right amount of cover.
Is my property covered while my tenants are away on holidays? Is my property covered during renovations? Am I covered for legal liability, and what is it? Find answers to these and other questions.
Check the policy basics - discounts that could help reduce your premium, how premiums are calculated, about your sum insured, excess and more.
Read things to know before renewing and ways to renew. Renew your policy on time to continue your cover.
It's easy to check or change your policy anytime. Refer to your policy schedule and PDS, or just call or visit a branch (PDS links, phone numbers and branch locator tool included).
Understand the process, what documented proof might be needed and how claims are paid. Plus what to do if you have a complaint or a dispute.
Things you should know
Landlord Insurance is issued by Westpac General Insurance Limited ABN 99 003 719 319 (except workers compensation cover where applicable). Westpac Banking Corporation ABN 33 007 457 141 distributes the insurance, but does not guarantee the insurance. This information does not take into account your personal circumstances. Read the Product Disclosure Statement to see if this insurance is right for you.