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Contents Insurance - Get the contents of your home insured. Protect your valuables, jewellery, sporting equipment, electrical items, stereos, furniture and cameras. Get your contents insurance - talk with an Insurance Broker. There are 255 insurance brokers who specialise in Contents Insurance. These 255 insurance brokers come from 82 insurance brokerages. Connect with one of them today.

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Abbie Wilson

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    Nilima Pokala

    SureInsure Insurance Advisors

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    Shane Brady

    Stone Lane Broking & Risk Advisory

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    Evergreen Insurance Solutions Pty Ltd

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    Patrick Selle

    Arcuri & Associates Caroline Springs

    Why buy contents insurance?

    Contents insurance is crucial for individuals to consider as it safeguards your personal belongings and valuables. In the event of theft, fire, or other covered perils, contents insurance can provide financial compensation for damaged or stolen items. This may be in the home, or also out and about for portable belongings, depending on your cover.

    Contents Insurance offers peace of mind, knowing that cherished possessions are protected and can be replaced without causing significant financial hardship. Talk to an insurance broker today about protecting your valuables.

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    Over 82 insurance brokerage for Contents Insurance

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    Morgan Insurance Brokers
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    Tudor Insurance Australia
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    Grace Insurance
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    Do you have contents insurance?

    Meet Alex, an apartment dweller without sufficient contents insurance*. A devastating fire broke out in a neighboring unit, spreading rapidly and destroying most of Alex's possessions.

    Lacking the right contents coverage, Alex faced the daunting task of replacing costly belongings without financial assistance. The incident disrupted Alex's life, leaving not just emotional scars but financial hardship as well. The right contents insurance may have helped alleviate the burden of unexpected losses.
    * These events are a fictional depiction that represent possible real world events.

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    About Insurance Brokers

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    Insurance brokers operate on behalf of their customers. Insurance brokers understand both the potential risks that an individual or business may face and also the various insurance policy options and insurance providers that exist across the market.

    Insurance brokers can help customers with hard to place risks to find an insurance provider that can meet their needs.

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    Insurance Brokers work for the customer and are independent of the insurers that they engage with on behalf of their clients. Insurance Brokers work for their customers and have their customers' best interests at heart. Insurance Brokers do not work for the insurer. Insurance Brokers help their clients to find and source available insurance that matches their needs and requirements.

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    Insurance brokers help clients to reduce their risk by sourcing and matching their clients with appropriate insurance products. Insurance brokers work for their customers. Insurance brokers focus on understanding their customers' risks and exposure and their insurance requirements.

    Contents Insurance

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    Contents Insurance is insurance that provides financial coverage for repairing or replacing household personal possessions including but not limited to furniture, curtains, white goods, electrical devices, clothing, jewellery, sports equipment, toys, beds, stereos, electrical items. 

    Contents insurance covers the items included within your household and owned by various household members. Specific valuable items can be listed independently on your contents insurance policy as listed or named items. 

    Contents insurance is suitable for both renters and homeowners and can be packaged with Home Insurance as a home and contents insurance policy. 

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    Contents Insurance covers the contents of your home. Your home may be either owned or rented. Contents insurance covers such things as furniture, electrical goods, televisions, stereos, personal valuables, clothes, jewellery, sporting equipment and other contents that you store within your home. 

     

    More valuable items may be listed individually and specifically on your contents insurance policy. 

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    Contents Insurance cost are determined on the number and value of items being insured.

    The greater the value of the goods being insured, the greater the cost of your contents insurance. There are a few key variables when it comes to determining the cost of contents insurance. These may include:

    • Agreed sum of coverage for non-listed items, eg clothing
    • Replacement value for listed items
    • Age of the items
    • Security in place for the home, eg how secure are the premises
    • Location of the home
    • History of the person looking to get insurance.

    In addition to price, what is key to remember is that the cost of Contents Insurance is often a function of the coverage being provided, so cheaper Contents Insurance may not always offer the same levels of coverage as more expensive alternatives.

    You want to consider your coverage requirements first, and then seek to find and determine the costs associated.

    Updated: 1 year ago

    Using an Insurance Broker for your Contents insurance needs ensures that your personal contents are covered from risks you might face. Every person is different and an insurance broker can help by assessing your unique personal risk profile and providing advice on the best insurance cover, including Contents insurance for you. An insurance broker will also help when it comes time to claim, advocating for you to negotiate the best outcome in the settlement of your claim with the insurer.

    So whether it's theft or attempted theft, power surge to domestic appliances or domestic equipment or accidental damage, your Insurance Broker can assist your contents to be covered.

    Contents Insurance FAQs

    Updated: 1 year ago
    Contents Insurance may be required by individuals and businesses in Hospitality and Recreation, Restaurant and Cafe, Accommodation, Hotels, BnB and Short Stay and Shop. 

    Types of insurance that you may also consider alongside Contents Insurance include Boat, Home, Property, Income Protection, Car and Caravan as well as Business Packs. 

    Talk to an insurance broker specialising in Contents Insurance to find out if you need Contents Insurance.
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    Advisr has 255 insurance brokers and 82 insurance brokerages specialising in Contents Insurance. To find the right insurance broker who specialises in Contents Insurance, check out this page for specialist Contents Insurance Brokers.

    • Read real customer reviews to learn more about them
    • Educate yourself about Contents Insurance by reading articles written by insurance brokers that explain Contents Insurance
    • Ask friends or colleagues to refer their Contents Insurance broker to you and look them up on Advisr to read their reviews and connect with them.

    Advisr is built to help you understand your insurance needs and find an insurance broker that is right for you.

    Home Insurance

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    Home Insurance is insurance that covers your home for damage by an insured event which may incude house fires, burst pipes, theft, vandalism, damage from falling trees, glass breakage and natural disaster such as storms, bush fires and floods. Check your policy to find out if all of these covers apply.

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    Home Insurance generally covers the buildings on a property, including the home, garage and other lockable buildings plus any permanently attached fixtures such as lights, wardrobes and bathroom fixtures, as specified on the policy. Home Insurance is often combined with Contents Insurance to cover the items inside your house and garage.

    Rebuilding costs are generally covered and there may be inclusions for temporary accommodation. It is important to check that your policy describes your house accurately and specifies a realistic replacement cost to avoid underinsurance. This should take into consideration costs such as architectural fees, demolition and clearance costs among other costs.

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    Home insurance can vary greatly in cost. The primary factors involved in calculating your premium includes:

    • the size and construction of your house
    • the age of your home
    • the location of your home
    • whether you use your home for business use or residential use only

    Apart from these considerations, which are generally not able to be modified, there are other factors over which you have control. These include:

    • the insurer you choose
    • the level of cover you select
    • whether you combine home and contents cover or other policies together
    • the excess you opt to pay
    • whether you pay monthly or annually

    An insurance broker can help you to compare different policies and select the one that gives you the right level of cover at the best price point.

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    Using an Insurance Broker for your Home Insurance ensures that you have managed your unique risks. Every home is different and an insurance broker can help by assessing your specific risk profile and providing advice on the best insurance cover for you.

    An insurance broker is able to compare policies from different home insurers and take into account your financial preferences around excesses and payments and any local issues such as flood or bush-fire zoning.

    An insurance broker will also help when it comes time to claim, advocating for you to negotiate the best outcome in the settlement of your claim with the insurer. So whether you're on a beautiful bush block, or live in quiet suburban cul-de-sac, your Insurance Broker can assist you to find the best cover for you.