CRM Brokers has arranged cover for Investment Properties nationally, as well as for Holiday Homes. Not only can the Insurance packages protect your property and contents against damage or loss, it can also cover rent default and the legal costs associated with pursuing tenants, as well as the loss of rent if the property is un-tenantable due to damage.
We source Landlords Insurance (which includes Holiday Homes & Units) at a competitive rate with some of the lowest excesses in the market. We can also offer you Mortgagee Protection Cover under our Landlords & Building Insurance, plus your choice of Excess to help manage your premium.
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We provide a specialised package cover for full-time tenant-related risks where the building is insured elsewhere. It covers:
We provide a specialised package cover for owners of houses which are rented on a full-time basis as domestic residences. It covers:
Landlords insurance for Strata is a direct product from CHU that provides cover for strata property owners who are renting out a unit/apartment/flat to tenants. It protects you and your investment property from any damage to the contents from events such as fire, flood or storms. It covers items such as carpets, light fixtures, built-in wardrobes and kitchen cupboards as well as loss of rent if the unit is unfit to be occupied. Additionally, it covers you and your investment property from malicious tenants who might vandalise your property or leave without paying the rent.
Suitable for: Landlords only
Contents insurance provides cover for household and personal possessions such as clothing, jewellery, furniture, TV, computers, internal carpets, blinds and electrical appliances belonging to yourself and your family members. It covers the financial cost of repairing or replacing your household and personal possessions in the event of loss or damage.
Suitable for: Landlords and Tenants
This document is suitable for Lot Owners with determining who is responsible for repairs and maintence – the Owner or the Owner’s Corporation.
This publication provides a list of items found within a building that could generally be considered common property. This document is a Guide only. To find information specific to your property we recommend you refer to the strata plan and by-laws or seek legal advice.