This could be translated (use deepl.coom or another machine for help), but that would not give a sense in Germany.
If you are the owner of a flat or house, you have to have (by law) a fire and natural hazard insurance ("Elementarversicherung") where the insurance company and their services are choosen by yourself. Your bank may give you hints which companies you should contact but they normally will not make the contract for you.
Taxes for the ground on which the house is standing ("Grundsteuer") will be paid by you to local authorities depending on an official letter they will send to you after you became the owner. To pay this is also a personal debt of you and will not be done by your bank.
Also other additional costs such as for water, waste water, waste collecting etc. as well as residential home apportionment will have to be paid by you personally, too und usually never by your bank.
If you should only rent a flat or house, all the insurances the landlord has to pay are included in the rent, while additional costs usually including your part of ground taxes are paid in advance at an estimated level and you get a reckoning once a year (this should be regulated in your renting contract).
For your own responsibilities, a liability insurance ("Haftpflichtversicherung") is highly recommended to every citizen / household. Costs are usually less than 100 € per year, but you have to find an insurance company and their services that fit to your demands. Same ist with a liability insurance if you should own a larger domestic animal like a dog, cat. horse etc ("Tierhalter-Haftpflichtverischerung"). You will also have to have a liability insurance if you own a car or motorcyle ("Kfz-Haftpflichtverischerung"), without that you can't even register the vecicle on your name. Maybe you want to add a part inurance cover ("Teilkasko[verischerung]") or a fully comprehensie insurance ("Vollkasko[versicherung]").
A household contents insurance ("Hausratversicherung") usually makes sense only if you should own expensive goods like historical meubles, explensive art or watches etc. in this case, you also should contact insurance companies or insurance brokers in the town where you want to live and you have to pay this insurance by yourself, of course (and never your bank, as it is not part of the deal of byuing a flat or house). For normal households, I personally think contents insurances are not necessary, but that depends on your requirement for security.
Watching this from a higher point od view, you should contact a local insurance broker ("Versicherungsmakler") that is fit in English and get advice for your insurance needs. They usually get paid by insurance companies so that you have not extra costs for that advice and formation of contracts.
Tax assessment notices as well as additional cost bills if you should be a real estate owner will be sent to your house; your bank (or whom ever you would like to contact with your question) usually don't have to do anything with that.