Real Estate insurance packages.

The Basics

The basic insurance package for any commercial real estate owner:

  • General Liability – covers third party liability and property damage
  • Property – first-party property coverage for a wide range of perils
  • Excess – additional liability limits to meet lender requirements

Development

The essential insurance policies for any commercial real estate owner planning any ground-up construction or renovation of existing structures:

  • Owner’s Interest – coverage for third-party liability during the course of construction
  • Builders Risk – property coverage for buildings/structures during the course of construction

Ancillary Coverage

An array of additional insurance policies to suit your specific needs:

  • Surety Bonds – often required by State Governmental bodies to guarantee obligations 
  • Natural Disasters, Flood, Crime, etc. – coverage for any other perils that present a threat to your investments

What we provide

Efficiency

We’re a tech-enabled brokerage. You’ll save time with intuitive applications and expert advice that make buying insurance a no-frills experience.

Focus

We’ve built long-standing relationships with carriers who specialize in commercial real estate insurance to get you the best possible quotes.

Focus

We’ve built long-standing relationships with carriers who specialize in commercial real estate insurance to get you the best possible quotes.

Responsiveness

Our dedicated team go above and beyond to make the buying stress free. Our account executives are ultra responsive and provide complete clarity on requirements, coverage and are certified experts in real estate insurance.

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