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Everyday Landlord Insurance Review

With Everyday Landlord Insurance (from Woolworths), you can get a discount off your monthly shop. Plus, your policy's backed by one of Australia’s biggest insurers: Hollard.

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Our Verdict

  • Everyday landlord insurance is issued by The Hollard Insurance Company Pty Ltd, making them a good choice if you want a very popular insurer and underwriter. Hollard also issue policies for SGUA and Kogan.
  • It's good if you shop at Woolies — you get access to a 10% discount off your monthly shop if you're an Everyday Rewards member. T&C's apply.
  • No policy discounts are available at this time.

Review by our insurance and innovations editor Gary Ross Hunter

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What does Everyday Landlord Insurance cover?

Everyday Landlord Insurance let you choose from 3 policies: building insurance, contents insurance, or combined building and contents insurance.

Here's some of the main insured events a Everyday Landlord Insurance policy can cover you for:

Everyday Landlord Insurance (AR No. 245476) is issued by The Hollard Insurance Company Pty Ltd. and it offers a few different levels of excesses (an amount you pay when you make a claim). It has a 14-day cooling off period which is slightly lower than industry standards.

Everyday Landlord Insurance features

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Standard features

Here are some of the features that a Everyday Landlord Insurance may cover you for if an insured event like a fire, storm or theft occurs.
  • Cover for malicious acts and theft by tenants
  • Removal of debris and trees
  • Loss of rent following damage
  • Outdoor contents at your home
  • Cover for strata title property

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Optional add-ons

Everyday Landlord Insurance doesn't offer a large amount of optional benefits as part of its landlord cover. It comes with these options:
    • Motor Burnout
    • Rent default and legal expenses

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Everyday Landlord Insurance's general exclusions are similar to other insurers. Here's some of the main events you won't be covered for:
  • Bushfires, storm, rainwater or flood damage that happens within 72 hours of buying your policy
  • Damage to a home that has been unoccupied for more than 60 consecutive days
  • General wear and tear
  • Damage from vermin, insects, birds and wildlife
  • Earth movements like erosion, landslides and mudslides
  • Mould
  • Deliberate damage by you or other people invited to your home
  • Tree roots

For a full list of exclusions, make sure you read Everyday Landlord Insurance's PDS.

Bottom line about Everyday Landlord Insurance

Everyday Landlord Insurance is a good insurer if you're on the lookout for a popular insurer and you want money off your Woolies shop. However, its underwriter Hollard doesn't have the best complaints record.

If you're not yet ready to buy, you can compare Everyday's Landlord Insurance policies side-by-side with other providers, here.

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