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Network launches new landlord insurance

02 January 2014 Reporter

RE/MAX Australia and its finance arm Australian Property Finance (APF) have introduced a new landlord insurance product with a special incentive for clients.

"Together with our partner, Allianz, we are pleased to offer landlord insurance to the RE/MAX network," said APF’s CEO Nathan Swain.

The Allianz landlords insurance policy offers 12 months of cover for the cost of 11.

RE/MAX Australia’s Managing Director Michael Davoren said the product option would be well-regarded by investment property owners.

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E/MAX Australia and its finance arm Australian Property Finance (APF) have introduced a new landlord insurance product with a special incentive for clients.

"Together with our partner, Allianz, we are pleased to offer landlord insurance to the RE/MAX network," said APF’s CEO Nathan Swain.

The Allianz landlords insurance policy offers 12 months of cover for the cost of 11.

RE/MAX Australia’s Managing Director Michael Davoren said the product option would be well-regarded by investment property owners.

“The policy features a wide range of benefits and we are pleased to be able to offer it to our RE/MAX customers,” said Mr Davoren.

Network launches new landlord insurance
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