Although bond insurance is not compulsory, it can be considered very necessary. We know that there are many costs that come with owning a home and “yet another insurance” is possibly the last thing you want to consider.
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The unfortunate reality is that structural damage can happen to anyone. Such damage can be caused by fire, floods, hail, lightning, and burst geysers or pipes. Although building insurance can feel like a grudge purchase to some, having it prevents homeowners from digging into their life’s savings to pay for structural damage.
One of the costs that potential homeowners must be aware of is building insurance. Building insurance is non-negotiable as lenders want to protect their own interests when awarding a home loan to a purchaser.
Building insurance is exists to cover the physical structure of your home, along with all permanent fittings and fixtures. In addition, it can also cover you for other liabilities such as personal injury on-site.
When selecting insurance policies, you shouldn’t just be concerned with your premiums. It’s more important to know your excesses, exclusions, and potential payouts. A tailor-made and flexible policy will ensure that you are only paying for the things you need.
The insurance business was modelled in response to the “WHAT IFs” which are certain probabilities in our natural everyday life. Having started catering for basic essential things, insurance now covers many interests of human concern and importance from life, property, vehicle to even small gadgets.
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