Premium Funding: A Cost-Effective Way to Pay for Strata Insurance

Managing your financial obligations is crucial for an owners corporation. Regular expenses, including insurance premiums, can strain cash flow and limit your ability to make necessary upgrades or investments into the property. Premium funding offers a cost-effective way to spread your strata insurance premium over convenient monthly instalments. This approach frees up valuable working capital for owners corporations, fostering smoother financial management.

Advantages of Premium Funding for Owners Corporations
  • Improved Cash Flow: By dividing the premium into manageable instalments, you avoid a large upfront cost, enhancing your financial flexibility.
  • Strategic Planning: Predictable monthly payments facilitate budgeting and resource allocation.
  • Competitive Fixed Interest Rates: Ensure clear financial forecasting, eliminating budgetary surprises.
  • Simplified Collateral Requirements: Utilising the insurance policy itself as security, premium funding does not require traditional ‘bricks and mortar’ to secure the funding.
  • Flexible Payment Options: For payments that need to be paid from Trust accounts and direct debit is not an option, such a Strata Insurance, monthly BPAY vouchers are available.
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