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Expert tips

  • Re-key your locks (even if it’s a new property) – Don’t assume that every former owner or renter of your apartment or town house is as trustworthy as you are
  • Consider installing a Smart Lock which can be controlled remotely by using an app or keying in a secured pin number, provided the by-laws and fire regulations allow
  • Get to know your neighbours – Another set of eyes on your property is never a bad thing
  • Avoid hiding your key under the mat – Try instead getting a magnetic key box that attaches to the underside of your car
  • Take out home and contents insurance – If the worst happens, you don’t want to be lumped with full replacement cost.
Source: NRMA Insurance

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Residential Strata
Insurance Plan*

 
Building
Refers to all buildings and underground services erected upon the building block forming the Strata Plan, including fencing as well as all permanent fixtures and fittings within a Lot.
  • Baths | toilets | shower screens
  • Hand basins | sinks | fixed tiling
  • Ducted air conditioners
  • Windows | doors | built-in cupboards | floating floors
  • Stoves
  • Paintwork | wallpapering
  • Public light fittings
Common area contents

 

 

 

 

 

  • Carpets | floating floors | other temporary wall, floor and ceiling coverings within hallways and lobbies
  • Pot plants | mirrors | decorations within common areas
  • Appliances such as washing machines and dryers owned by the Owners Corporation and used by all unit owners and housed in common laundries
  • Barbeque equipment, gardening equipment and garden or indoor furniture
* Cover based on CHU Residential Strata Insurance Plan – please check your residential strata building insurance policy as cover may differ.

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Contents Insurance for Strata*

 

  • Carpet | floating floors | other temporary wall, floor and ceiling coverings
  • Light fittings
  • Curtains | blinds
  • Household appliances such as dishwashers, refrigerators, washing machines and dryers
  • Personal equipment and valuables
    such as jewellery and watches
  • Clothing
  • Furniture
  • Entertainment equipment such as
    TVs, stereos and devices
* Cover based on CHU Contents Insurance for Strata – please check your contents insurance policy as cover may differ.

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