Aviva Home is now better for you and your customers
You talked, we listened. As part of our continued commitment to improve our personal lines offering, we’ve launched Insurer Hosted Pricing (IHP) on Fast Trade* to bring our most sophisticated home rates to the market, while also delivering crucial enhancements to cover limits on Your House and Home Plus products.
IHP is the next evolution in our pricing and underwriting approach and is a direct result of feedback from our brokers.
Not only will it allow us to provide better, more competitive rates on Home, it will:
- Crucially provide us with more data
- Provide more consistency at renewal for your customers
- Allow us to access our most accurate flood mapping
- Open up the use of multi-peril rating and much more.
More importantly, the access to enriched data will allow us to continually review and refine rates, resulting in better and fairer premiums for you and your customers.
Improvements to Your House and Home Plus
While introducing IHP on Fast Trade, we have also taken the opportunity to deliver some requested cover limit enhancements on Your House and Home Plus, to make Aviva Home better for you and your clients.
Our Home offering is now more competitive than ever before, with increases in limits to Contents and Personal Belongings Sums Insured, including Single Article Limits, across Your House and Home Plus. Furthermore
Importantly, these product improvements will be at no extra cost to the customer.
Personal lines on Fast Trade gets better
The delivery of IHP and limit enhancements for Aviva Home products on Fast Trade is yet another step to improving our personal lines offering for you and your customers, as we continue to invest in the space for now and the future.
Watch the IHP Home webinar
For more information about the IHP delivery on Fast Trade, catch up with the IHP Home webinar, that was hosted by our personal lines experts wil be in November. They covered what IHP is, how it benefits you and your customers and what it means for the future of personal lines.
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