Real Estate Investors
All real estate investments are not created equal and your goals as a real estate investor should play a role in determining the type of coverage you will need. As an example, if an investor purchases a property to hold for long term rent vs short term rent the coverage that is required would be different.
This also applies to the investor who purchases a property with the intention to remodel/flip and then sell the property.
The type of property being invested in will also need to be factored into the insurance decision. Single unit buildings vs multi-unit buildings will change the cost of the insurance policy.
With a trusted advisor helping you manage the risks associated with owning real estate the property is more likely to survive the claims that will eventually appear.
Here is an overview of the types of policies that are available and our team can help you determine which might be appropriate for you and your tenants.
- Hazard Insurance
- Liability Insurance
- Flood Insurance
- Loss of Income
- Rent Guarantee Insurance
- Renters Insurance
- Builders Risk Insurance
- Workers Compensation Insurance
- Umbrella / Excess Liability Insurance