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Catholic Church landlord insurance includes many extras you might need as standard on its policies but stricter than average security requirements could have you out of pocket when it comes time to claim.

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Our verdict

  • Catholic Church covers rent default, theft by tenant and motor burnout all as standard. These are usually costly additions on other policies.
  • There's no additional fee to pay your premium by the month - this is sometimes tough to find with other insurers.
  • Catholic Church Contents policies have minimum security requirements. If your home doesn't have an alarm or other security device fitted, you'll be up for an additional $500 excess for any theft or burglary claims.
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What does Catholic Church landlord insurance cover?

Catholic Church landlord insurance can cover your property's contents, building or both. Here are some of the main insured events it covers:

All policies come with a cooling off period of 14 days and like all insurers, you'll need to pay an excess when you make a claim. The default basic excess is $800 but you can choose an amount between $500 and $10,000.

Here's a breakdown of Catholic Church landlord insurance features

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Standard features

Here are some of the main features that Catholic Church landlord insurance can cover when you make a claim for an insured event:

  • Building code compliance costs
  • Contents in the open air at the insured address
  • Debris removal
  • $20 million legal liability
  • Making your buildings environmentally friendly
  • Motor burnout
  • Rebuilding and professional fees
  • Rental costs after an insured event

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Optional add-on

Catholic Church doesn't offer many landlord insurance add-ons compared to several other insurers. Some of its add-ons include:

  • Flood
  • Landlord workers' compensation
  • Rent default and theft by tenant

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Exclusions

Catholic Church's general exclusions are similar to other insurers. You won't be covered for:

  • Actions of the sea including high tide and storm surge
  • Coal Seam Gas
  • Illegal contents
  • Inherent defects including faulty design or materials
  • Maintenance or repair carried out by your tenants
  • War, rebellion or insurrection
  • Wear and tear including lack of maintenance

This isn't a complete list of Catholic Church's general exclusions. You can find a full list of what's not covered in its Product Disclosure Statement and find out more about general exclusions here.

Here's the bottom line about Catholic Church landlord insurance

Catholic Church landlord insurance covers you for the basics along with many additional features that you'd often have to pay extra for with other providers. You should, however, double check that you meet its strict security requirements for contents insurance or you could face an additional excess when it comes time to claim.

Still not sure? To compare Catholic Church's landlord insurance policies side-by-side with other providers, you can head here.

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