Obtaining commercial property owners insurance to protect your asset is not complicated. Property Insurance Brokers provides ideal commercial property insurance packages for landlords and business owners to protect their property from the ground up.
As a specialist in commercial property insurance, Property Insurance Brokers can protect your investment from potential risks with a range of coverage options such as:
Types of commercial properties
Commercial property insurance FAQ's
How much does commercial property insurance cost?
The cost of your commercial property insurance depends on a number of factors including the nature of the owners/tenants activities, sums insured on the building, property construction, fire protection measures. Commercial properties that are perceived as riskier will usually pay a higher policy price. Property Insurance Brokers has access to most property insurers from local and international markets.
The easiest way to find out how much commercial property insurance would cost is to give our specialist property insurance brokers a call on (03) 9791 6688 and we can provide you with a no obligation free quote.
What premium payment methods do you offer?
We can offer the following payment methods for your new policy or renewal:
- Direct Deposit / Bank Transfer into our trust account
- Credit Card over the phone - Visa or Mastercard (surcharge of 1.05% applies)
- Cheque - posted to our PO Box.
- Monthly premium finance - Interest applies.
How is my commercial property insurance premiums calculated?
There are lots of different factors which may affect your commercial property insurance premium. These include the size of your commercial property, the type of work you or your tenant does, how much cover you need, and whether you have had any claims.
When should I update my commercial property insurance policy?
Its important to remember that the amount of insurance coverage you need is directly related to the current value and operations of your business. If you need to make changes during your policy period, its important to contact your account manager so that your policy can reflect those changes. Some examples would include:
- Increasing or reducing sums insured values on buildings, contents or stock
- Changes in property rental income
- If you change tenants
Do you use multiple insurers for your quotations?
As an insurance broker, we work with a panel of insurers to bring you the best possible quote for your commercial property risk.