This article discusses a survey Deakin University is conducting to gain an insight into lot owner’s perceptions of the strata insurance industry and particularly, strata insurance commissions.
Deakin University is undertaking research with the aim of providing a comprehensive, data-driven analysis of the strata insurance industry in Australia and New Zealand and to demonstrate the value of strata managers to both the strata insurance industry and consumers of strata insurance.
We are seeking participation from strata lot owners in order to better understand the extent to which lot owners understand:
- the strata insurance process,
- the legal requirements relating to strata insurance
- and the level of interaction with manager, insurers and brokers.
It is expected that the research will benefit the strata industry more broadly by providing governments and regulators with a better understanding of the strata insurance industry, the role that strata managers play in strata insurance process, and strata lot owners knowledge and involvement in strata insurance matters.
Strata Community Association is supporting this research project.
If you would like to participate, please click on the button below, read through the consent statement and undertake the survey. This is an anonymous survey.
As an incentive to participate, we invite you to go into a draw for 15 x $100 gift vouchers. At the end of the survey period, 15 participate names will be randomly drawn. If you are the lucky recipient, the voucher will be posted to your nominated address.
This survey closes on 19 March.
If you have any questions regarding the project or participation in the survey, please do not hesitate to contact Nicole Johnston.
This post appears in Strata News #456.
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