Protecting your biggest asset.

You never know what’s going to happen tomorrow.

Build some peace of mind.

Not only does house insurance protect your investment, it keeps your home loan lender happy. A carefully selected house policy will provide the level of cover you need for a complete rebuild, if the worst happens. It can also help with smaller disasters, like damage from leaking water and falling trees. Before you talk to an adviser or choose a policy, get up-to-speed on the ins and outs of house insurance with our guides and articles.

A complete guide to house insurance in New Zealand

While house or home insurance is not compulsory in New Zealand, it’s usually required when you have a mortgage. It also makes a lot of sense, given your home is your largest investment and where you and your family live. Partial or complete destruction of your home could be something

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What is sum insured?

The term ‘sum insured’ means the maximum amount an insurer will pay, minus your agreed excess, when you make a claim. It’s mainly used for

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