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Real Home Insurance provides real cover for your home and contents for both landlord's and home owners. Real Home Insurance offers flexible options so you can find cover to suit your needs. Real Home Insurance benefits include:
Real Top Contents Insurance covers you against all the same risks as the Essential Contents policy, but it offers higher benefit limits across the board. Accidental damage cover is included at no extra charge, while new for old replacement is offered on most contents. Contents in your home office and contents outside the home are also covered.
This policy is Real Home Insurance’s comprehensive contents cover option, offering a higher level of benefits than an Essential Contents policy. Insured events include:
This policy offers comprehensive protection for your home and your contents. Not only does it offer higher benefit limits than the Essential policy, but it also covers a broader range of events. Accidental damage to your home is included in cover, as is new for old replacement on most of your contents.
Providing protection against all the same risks as the Essential Home & Contents policy, this option provides higher limits and broader coverage, including:
This is Real Insurance’s basic policy to cover your contents against loss or damage. It provides protection against theft, fire, lightning, storms, impact, vandalism, bursting of water and an extensive selection of other insured events. Accidental glass breakage cover is included for mirrors and fixed glass on furniture, while new for old replacement is offered on most items. Essential Contents Insurance is designed to be affordable for customers on a wide range of budgets.
This entry-level policy offers the following cover:
Real’s Essential Home and Contents Insurance policy offers affordable protection for your building and your possessions. It covers fire, storm, theft and vandalism, impact damage, earthquake, explosion and much more. Accidental glass breakage cover for windows, shower screens, toilets and the like is also included.
This policy offers a basic level of protection for your home and its contents.
Landlord’s Insurance from Real Insurance provides coverage for loss or damage caused by a wide range of natural disasters and other events, including fire, storm, theft and more. However, it also includes added protection for landlords, such as theft and vandalism by tenants, as well as loss of rent if tenants are unable to live in your property following an insured event.
This policy provides protection for the home you own against all the usual events included in a home insurance policy, including:
|Benefits||Top Cover||Essential Cover||Landlord's Cover|
|Save up to 20% when you buy combined home and contents online|
|14 day money-back guarantee|
Choose your level of excess
|24/7 emergency claims|
|New for old replacement|
|Replacement of insured items stolen from inside your home|
Replace items and repair damage caused by a fire or explosion
|Replace items and repair damage caused by earthquake, lightning, storm, flood and rainwater|
|Replace items and repair damage caused by the bursting, leaking, discharging or overflow of water or liquids|
|Replace items and repair damage caused malicious damage, impact, riots, civil commotion or industrial unrest|
Accidental glass breakage
|Accidental damage to your insured building and/or contents|
|Emergency storage of contents|
|Contents in the open air at your home|
|Contents in your home office|
|Replacement of locks|
Temporary accommodation for your dogs and/or cats
|Discharge of mortgage costs|
Tools of trade
Your Real Home Insurance claim will not be paid if:
Also keep in mind that there are fixed claim limits in place for some items of contents, for example a $1,000 limit for bicycles under Essential Contents cover.
Cost is always an important factor when you’re shopping for insurance, and there are several factors that can influence the price of your Real Home Insurance premiums.
When you make a claim on your Real Home Insurance policy, the excess is the amount you need to pay for each insured incident. Depending on your policy and your individual circumstances, a number of excesses may apply to your cover. For example, a fixed excess of $100 applies to claims made under the optional cover for electrical motor burnout or portable valuables. In addition, a $500 excess applies to claims of earthquake and flood.
However, for other claims you are able to select the excess you pay, and the level of this excess is reflected in the price of your premiums.
If an incident occurs that may lead to a claim, make sure to take all reasonable steps to prevent any further loss or damage. Next, call Real Insurance’s claims team on to report the incident, making sure to provide as much detail as possible about what happened. Of course, if the incident involves theft, vandalism or malicious acts, you’ll also have to report it to the police as soon as possible.
If Real Insurance requests any further information or documentation to support your claim, it is your responsibility to provide this in a prompt manner. This may include police incident report numbers, proof of ownership, photographic evidence, court notices and more.
If you want comprehensive insurance cover for your home and contents, consider the policy options offered by Real Home Insurance. However, as always, remember that it’s important to weigh the pros and cons of multiple policies from competing insurers to find the right cover for you. Ensure you read the product disclosure statement to find out if this policy is right for you.
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