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Simply bundle Home and Contents together. Call 13 22 44 to update your existing home policy.
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Damage to or loss of your home, garages and sheds caused by fire, break-ins or weather events such as floods
Damage to or loss of your contents, caused by fire, break-ins or weather events such as floods
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Optional portable valuables cover allows you to specify higher values for items such as jewellery, and covers you against accidental loss or damage to items outside the home.
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Home insurance articles
AAMI offers a number of flexible ways to pay for your home and property insurance. Whether you’re a home owner, landlord, renter, or property manager, we’ve made payment simple with options to pay online (including debit/credit and BPAY), over the counter at your nearest Australian Post Office, by post, and over the phone.
Discover all the ways you can pay your home insurance policy.
Yes! There are a number of convenient options for renewing your home insurance online, including with your Visa, Mastercard, or American Express card, or via BPAY.
Updating your direct debit or credit card details can be done through your AAMI online account. After logging in, click on the ‘My policy list’ link. After finding and selecting the policy you want to update your details for, click on the link to ‘Update my policy’, then ‘Change payment details’.
To make your life easier, you can make a number of changes to your home insurance policy online. Through your AAMI account, you can change the sum of contents you’re insured for, update the sum of your insured building, update the unspecified portable items included in your cover, and more.
Simply log in, click on the ‘My policy list’ link, and select the relevant policy you want to update. From the ‘Update my policy’ tab, you’ll find several options for making changes. Unfortunately, some things can’t be altered online, including changing your cover type (for example, from Property Owner to Landlord), and changing the specified portables listed on your cover. For these things please contact us - we’ll be happy to help you out.
You can update your address and other contact details through your online AAMI account. Simply log in, select ‘My policy list’, then ‘Update my policy’, then the ‘My personal details’ heading. Here you’ll find a link to ‘Contact details’, which allows you to update your postal address, phone number, and email address.
If you want for someone other than yourself (the policy holder) to be able to make changes to your car insurance policy, you’ll need to list them as a nominated representative. You can do that easily by calling us on 13 22 44.
You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, although response time is generally longer, so if it’s urgent it’s better to call. In your email, make sure you include the following details:
- Your full name (first and last name)
- Your date of birth
- Your full address
- The full name, date of birth, and phone number of the person you want to add as your nominated representative
Congratulations, buying your first home is a big deal! It can also be a bit of an overload of information, which is why AAMI has put together a complete guide to home insurance for first home buyers.
Thanks for continuing to choose AAMI for your home insurance needs! We’ve made it super easy to renew online, using your AAMI account. Simply log in, click on ‘My policy list’ and choose the policy you want to renew, and select the ‘Renew now’ button.
Landlord contents are household goods and furnishings that:
- you (the Landlord) own or are legally responsible for
- you leave in the property for the tenant’s domestic use
- aren't attached to the building
Think of it as everything you'd usually take with you if you sold your property, for example, carpets, curtains, furniture, kitchenware, washing machines and TVs.
Plus, if you have a unit or other strata title property, it also includes fittings that aren’t legally part of the owners' corporation, such as a floating wooden floor or air conditioning unit.
This is a just summary. For full details check the PDS (Product Disclosure Statement). It’s dry, we know, but it’s essential reading.
Sum Insured (Home Building)
The amount you choose to insure your home for, which is the maximum we'll pay to repair or rebuild it in the event of an incident.
It's important that the amount accurately reflects the replacement value of your home building. We recommend seeking the services of an architect, builder or other qualified professional for an accurate estimate. There are also numerous free calculators on Australian websites to help you work it out.