Insuring your home

Know more about how GIO can help keep your home and contents covered so you and your family can relax.

What’s the difference between Landlord Insurance and Home Insurance?

Landlord Insurance: How does it compare with Home Insurance and what if your tenants start to default? A must-read for landlords and property investors.

Can home insurance help with repairs?

Get ahead of the queue before damage occurs at home. With a new GIO Home Insurance policy you can get optional GIO Home Assist free for one year. Offer ends 30/9/2021. Conditions apply.

How much should you insure your house for?

Calculating how much to insure your home and belongings for can be tricky. Our helpful guide provides tips for understanding the level of home insurance coverage useful for you.

How do I compare home and contents insurance?

Ensure you have the appropriate level of cover for your needs with some simple home and contents comparison know-how.

Do I need insurance when building a house?

It’s important you’re insured even when your property is still under construction. Find out what kind of insurances you and your builder need.

The 2021 guide to leaving a rental property

There’s a lot to think about when leaving a rental property. To help things go smoothly, make sure you don’t forget any of the important steps.

Tips on getting the most from your home and contents insurance

Home and contents insurance isn’t set and forget. Make sure your home and contents insurance is up to date, so that if you need to claim you’re still fully covered.

Home insurance claims: Repair or replace?

GIO Property and Specialist Claims Leader Jodi Johnson sheds some light on how we settle Home and Contents Insurance claims. Find out more about how we decide to repair or replace insured items.

Is it a good time to sell my house?

It can be hard to know when you should sell your home. Here are some things you might want to consider when deciding to sell.

What does underinsurance mean?

What is underinsurance? It’s when you don’t have enough insurance to cover the full value of what you own. Find out whether you’re underinsured.

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