It’s difficult to protect your home when you don’t live in it. Our landlord insurance safeguards your property against damage caused by tenants so you can rest easy knowing you have insurance cover that looks after your property as well as you would.
- Pay by the month at no extra charge
- Choose your own excess
- Covers deliberate or intentional acts by tenants, or vandalism or malicious acts by tenants
- Optional cover available to cover rent default or theft by tenants
- Optional cover available to cover loss of rent
- Additional replacement benefit available to cover cost of rebuilding the property
- Liability cover up to $20 million
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QT Mutual Bank ABN 83 087 651 054 (QTMB) AFS Licence No. 241195 acts under its own Australian Financial Services Licence and under an agreement with the insurer, CGU Insurance Limited ABN 27 004 478 371 (CGU) AFSL 238291. CGU First Choice Home and Contents Insurance, Landlords Residential Property Insurance and Car Insurance are issued by CGU. You can get a Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) for any of these products from any office of QTMB or CGU. You should consider the PDS in deciding whether to buy or hold the relevant products.
You can get QTMB’s Financial Services Guide (FSG) from any office of QTMB. You should consider the FSG in deciding whether to buy or hold the relevant products
Due to the introduction of flood cover in our Landlord Product Disclosure Statement (PDS), for policies commencing from 1 February 2012, our PDS has been updated to include this new policy benefit. When obtaining the relevant PDS for your policy, check the commencement date of your policy.
For policies with a commencement date prior to 31 January 2012, click here
For policies with a commencement date from 1 February 2012, click here