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Allianz Insurance Coverage

Apr 23, 2019 2:00:00 PM / by admin posted in landlord protection, allianz, Allianz insurance protection, rental protection


Oh no, your tenant has run off! And what’s worse… outstanding bills because your tenant didn’t pay! Does the deposit even cover it all? Where can I report this? Can leasing get any worse?

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RM26,000 / RM3700 Protection Vs. 2+1, Which One Is For Your Property?

Dec 28, 2017 10:03:37 AM / by admin posted in homeowner protection, House Rental, insurance, landlord, Landlord Education and Problem, allianz, allianz insurance, Allianz insurance protection


Of course, if given the chance, most landlords would choose deposit. Why? Because deposits are tangible. They're there. They're usable, not fussy and hassle-free.

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Rent Out Faster With 0 Tenant Deposit And RM25,000 Insurance Coverage!

Oct 8, 2017 9:42:03 PM / by admin posted in homeowner insurance malaysia, insurance, insurance coverage, insurance for rental, Landlord Education and Problem, allianz


Allianz General Insurance Company (Malaysia) Berhad (Allianz General) has teamed up with Speedrent to offer homeowners peace of mind when renting out their homes. With Allianz General and Speedrent, homeowners are better protected from risks such as runaway tenants, tardy paymasters and damages. We are also featured on Allianz here!

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What Insurance Can I Get for My Rental Property?

Oct 7, 2017 9:09:42 PM / by admin posted in etiqa, homeowner insurance malaysia, insurance for rental, Landlord Education and Problem, malaysia insurance, allianz, amassurance


Even if you're a seasoned veteran in the property rental industry, you should never underestimate how useful a property insurance can be. The amount of coverage when it comes to insurance associated with a rental property can be a lifesaver.

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Upfront Deposit Isn't That Safe Anymore

Sep 23, 2017 9:56:24 AM / by admin posted in deposit, financial security, insurance, insurance or deposit, landlord, Landlord Education and Problem, Landlord FAQ, property safety, Real Estate, allianz


The reason why, as a landlord, you'd ask for deposit is for financial security. There's no telling when damage, theft or disappearing tenant will happen. So the huge sum of cash should be able to cover all the damages right?

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