Insure yourself and your home
Whether you are moving to a rental or a home you now own, we recommend you acquire some additional security to your everyday life. A break-in, a fire damage or an accident is never a pleasant surprise. Your life can also come to a stop because of a serious illness or unemployment. Even the most difficult matters can be settled easier if your insurance policies are in order.
Get a home insurance even if you rent
Household appliances, computers, furniture, musical instruments, jewellery...when you start adding up the contents of your home, you may be surprised by the final sums. The housing company’s insurance covers most damage to the structures, but the movable property is always your responsibility, irrespective whether the home is your own or rented. Most home insurance policies also give you the possibility of compensation for goods stolen while travelling. Ask more about home insurance from If.
Calculate the price of your insurance with If's insurance calculatorOpens new window.
Remember to secure what is most valuable
In addition to securing the movable property of your home, do not forget to check that your personal insurance cover is in order. You can always replace household appliances and furniture, but if something serious should happen to you, your everyday life and finances may be shattered for good. If you face an unpleasant surprise in the form of unemployment or a serious illness, you can get financial support to your everyday life from personal insurance cover. People with a family in particular should also take out life insurance as supplementary cover.
Read about Nordea Personal Life CoverOpens new window (in Finnish) and contact us for further information.