Making insuring your residential strata building easy and transparent.

Easy Quoting Process

Our easy online quote form allows you to provide all information needed to quote in five to fifteen minutes, in your own time. Or you can call us and talk to one of our strata insurance brokers to arrange quotes in as little as five minutes.

Access to Many Insurers

As a member of the Insurance Advisernet group with over 95,000 clients and $850 million in gross written premiums, we have access to a comprehensive range of insurers.

Competitive Premiums

If you request a quote online we will refund 25% of our commission as a rebate directly back to the body corporate insurance premiums, so your unit owners can receive greater savings.

Responsive Claims Service

When you have a claim your strata insurance broker is here to assist you with our fast and efficient claims service. We will fight to get the maximum settlement available and we do not charge additional claims management fees.

Detailed advice

All quotes issued come with a detailed statement of advice. Our advice provides important consideration points and highlights optional benefits available that are not covered off in your quote to ensure cover is appropriate for your needs.

No Strata Managers Commissions

Strata managers commissions can increase the cost of insurance by as much as 20%. We do not pay commissions to strata managers and all strata insurance broker services are offered on a low transparent fee for service basis.

What does strata insurance cover?

Strata insurance covers building and common property defined by strata legislation in your state or territory. Strata insurance covers permanent fixtures including but not limited to kitchen & bathroom cabinetry, wiring, lifts, swimming pools, car parks, walls, windows, gardens, ceilings and floors (subject to the policy terms, conditions & exclusions). . Your strata insurance broker will be able to help you in understanding what exactly is and isn’t covered so you can provide this information to your owners.

What factors contribute to the strata insurance premium?

A strata insurance policy has a number of factors that impact premiums. They include: • The cost to replace the building • The history of claims of the strata complex • The construction material used in the walls, roof & floor. • The risk of the location • How old the building is and its condition • Stamp duty, GST, and other government taxes • Commercial activities that may be carried out on the premises • Fees and commissions from agents • The level of excess payment chosen Your strata insurance broker will be able to take you through the costs of your premium and will work to ensure it is as low as possible. Our fees are entirely transparent, and we will always be upfront about them.

What insurance companies provide residential strata insurance?

Strata insurance solutions has access to a range of insurance companies which your strata insurance broker will negotiate with. These include: • Chubb • Longitude insurance • Sura • QUS strata insurance • Axis underwriting • Flex insurance • Strata community insurance • CHU • SUU Talk to your strata insurance broker about what option will be best for your residential building.

The right insurance for your location

Strata Insurance Solutions has a wide range of strata insurance brokers specialising in locations across Australia. From different states such as Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, and Northern Territory, to specific regions like North Queensland. Due to this, you are able to get the ultimate strata insurance policy from a broker who understands your location and the unique challenges you face. With unique weather conditions and government regulations, this is vital to protecting your owners. To get the right policy for your location submit a 5-minute online quote or give one of our strata insurance brokers a call today.