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Home and Contents insurance is a combined policy, with home insurance helping cover the cost to repair damage to your home after an insured event, and contents insurance providing cover for certain possessions, including clothes, furniture, and appliances.
Depending on your policy, Home and Contents insurance can help to cover the repair or rebuild of your property, as well as the cost of replacing certain possessions following an insured event such as a storm, fire, earthquake, lightning, or malicious damage.
A standard home insurance policy can help cover the cost of repairing or replacing your house if something unexpected causes damage, such as a strong storm, fire or lightning, and malicious damage.
Whilst home insurance covers the structure of your home, contents insurance covers the possessions inside it. In short, contents insurance can help cover household items and personal belongings if they’re, lost, stolen, or damaged. This can include things such as furniture, electronics, tools, and jewellery.
Landlord insurance is designed for homeowners renting out their property to tenants. Similar to home insurance, a typical policy can include cover for damage to the property from storms, fire, lightning, theft, and malicious damage. You may be able to add-on contents cover also, helping to cover the cost of replacing locks or any stolen or damaged contents provided for the tenant.
If you’re renting and you’d like to take out cover for your possessions, a contents insurance policy for renters could give you that much needed peace of mind. This insurance can help to cover the repair or replacement cost of certain valuables if they’re damaged by storm, fire, theft, malicious damage, or escape of liquid (such as a burst pipe).
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*iSelect General Pty Ltd ABN 90 131 798 126, AFS Licence Number 334115. iSelect does not compare all home and contents insurers in the market. The availability of policies may change from time to time. Not all policies made available from iSelect’s providers are compared by iSelect and due to commercial arrangements, area or availability, not all policies compared by iSelect will be available to all customers. Some policies are only available from iSelect’s call centre or online. We receive a commission for each policy sold through iSelect.
Any advice provided by iSelect on this website is of a general nature and does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. You need to consider the appropriateness of any information or general advice iSelect gives you, having regard to your personal situation, before acting on iSelect’s advice or purchasing any policy. You should consider iSelect’s Financial Services Guide which provides information about our services and your rights as a client of iSelect. iSelect receives commission for each policy sold
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