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Online Strata Insurance
In partnership with CHU Underwriting Agencies Pty Ltd, Whitbread is now offering an online Contents, Landlords and Strata Insurance solution to help ensure there are no gaps in your insurance cover while living in a Strata property.
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CHU Contents insurance is designed to cover household and personal possessions such as clothing, jewellery, furniture, TVs, computers, internal carpets, blinds and electrical appliances belonging to you and other family members. Contents insurance is incredibly important as it can cover the financial cost of repairing or replacing your household and personal possessions in the event of loss or damage.
For a full explanation of policy terms, conditions and limits you should refer to the Contents Insurance for Strata Product Disclosure Statement and Policy Wording 104200-06/17 and supplementary PDS. Click here to view the relevant Financial Services Guide.
CHU Landlords insurance is insurance cover for strata property owners who are renting out a unit/apartment to tenants.
The policy is designed to cover:
For a full explanation of policy terms, conditions and limits you should refer to the Landlords Insurance for Strata Product Disclosure Statement and Policy Wording 104100-06/17. Click here to view the relevant Financial Services Guide.
CHU's online Residential Strata Insurance product - CHUiSAVER offers budget conscious customers a quick and simple online solution to purchase a bare essentials Residential Strata Insurance policy that meets minimum legislative requirements.
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