As environmental catastrophes have surged,insurance companies are rethinking how to manage real estate investments in catastrophe (CAT) exposed areas.
The retail landscape in commercial real estate is undergoing a massive transformation. With traditional shopping centers and malls adapting, how is your insurance policy being affected?
Understanding the importance of staying within the confines of your coinsurance clause will ensure that your business is properly protected.
It’s one of the most highly anticipated weekends of the year. Yet, there is one precaution worth looking into from an insurance perspective, fireworks.
A property insurance deductible can be defined as the amount of money that the insurer will deduct from each covered loss before paying out a claim.
You may find it odd that the building limit of your property policy is not equal to the purchase price. The answer lies in the replacement cost valuation.
Everything you need to know about insurance for multifamily apartment owners. We break down Lessors Risk, Commercial Property & General Liability Insurance.
President Trump’s plan for the NFIP (National Flood Insurance Program) is one that everyone in the real estate industry should be familiar with.
Catastrophe insurance compliments standard property insurance by providing property owners with essential protections they hope they’ll never have to use.
Understanding parts A, B and C of your property insurance policy’s ordinance or law coverage is vital for property owners. Here we explain exactly why.