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Contents insurance covers you for the replacement value of some personal belongings and effects due to theft or damage. This can include things like furniture, appliances, clothes, electronics, computers, artwork and jewellery. Note that certain coverage limits apply.
A common misconception when renting can be that your landlord will cover you if your belongings are lost in a fire or other calamity. Your landlord will usually be responsible to cover any damage to the building itself; but not for your belongings.
It’s important you review the Product Disclosure Statement for information about policy inclusions, limitations and exclusions prior to making any purchase decision.
Insurers may ask you to provide an estimate of how much your house contents are worth. This can include items inside your home that belong to you and your family, such as:
To insure specific items when you take them away from your home, you may need to add an additional cover to your policy.
With contents insurance you could be covered up to the policy limits if your belongings are stolen, damaged or destroyed.
If you own expensive jewellery, artwork or other items, you may have to add these as separate items on your policy to ensure they are covered.
Contents Insurance for renters can give you coverage in the event that something happens to your personal belongings.
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