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Australia Holiday Home Insurance
Before purchasing a second or holiday home in Australia you should check with the Australian government with regard to their laws and practices. Some countries ask foreign nationals to apply for permission to purchase a second home in their country because they want to avoid property price hikes and enforced growth of the property market. People who buy holiday homes may be restricted and even though you find a cheap second home in an Australian territory you may find that your purchase is not legal. Quotezone could help you locate and compare cheap insurance policy prices within Australia to protect your property and goods. We compare quotes provided by our panel of UK insurance providers.
Am I better with a UK provider or an overseas provider?
You may be better off with a UK provider, but much depends on the territory you buy your home in as well as local law and practice. Coastal regions may be more expensive to insure because of coastal erosion and weather conditions. You should always do your research before committing to a policy, but Quotezone will try to help you every step of the way to make sure you get the right policy for you.
Is Quotezone based in the UK?
Quotezone are based in Belfast and are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).