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Real Estate Agents
As a Real Estate agent, managing your client’s rental property is a huge responsibility. A crucial element of property management is ensuring that your clients’ have a comprehensive Landlord Insurance policy in place that effectively protects their property against key risk exposures.
What would you do if you received a call that one of your clients’ tenants maliciously damaged the property that you’re managing or defaulted on their rent?
In these unforeseen circumstances, the rental bond money may assist, however, in some cases it may not be enough. You can never be absolutely sure that tenants will take care of your clients’ investment property.
Speak to us about our Landlord Advantage Insurance policy.
Like you, we want to protect your client’s investment and give them peace of mind, so they can plan for their future with greater certainty.
If the property is part of a strata title and you require building insurance we can help you with that too.
From July 1, 2017, some residential Strata Insurance policies will experience significant total premium changes as a result of amendments to the Terrorism Insurance Act 2003 (Cth). The changes apply Australia wide, and relate to the introduction of a Terrorism Levy.
With over 40 food and beverage products recalled so far this year (as of 5th October 2017), the impact of a product recall can cause severe damage to a manufacturer’s reputation and bottom line.
Unfortunately the frequency Strata Managers are faced with these issues is growing, and none are a problem that can be brushed aside. Strata Managers may either be held liable or joined in legal action if they have failed, or been alleged to have failed to disclose true information in relation...