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Insurance, especially focused on the real estate investing market.

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21 years. Founding member National Real Estate Insurance Group, LLC


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2012-02-25 Your point of view:

Gaining info from multiple sources is always a good idea when developing your business model/plan.  Depending solely on one source likely isn't.  You also should consider attending a local Real Estate

2011-02-15 Co-Owning and Insuring Inherited Home thru an LLC:

There are carriers (many) that will insure the property at a fair rate, even when owned by an LLC.  Don't let the insurance company determine/dictate the most appropriate manner to own it, just because

2010-01-27 Insurance for investment properties:

Hi David,    Sounds like you're on the right track.  May want to consult a legal advisor to make sure you structure the ownership of your assets in the most "protective manner".   Think of the insurance

2009-02-01 Insurance for home owned by LLC:

QUESTION: Thank you for the phenomenal answer.  It is nice to speak with an insurance professional that finally understands what I am doing (most do not).  If you don't mind, I want to ask a few follow-ups

2009-01-31 Insurance for home owned by LLC:

Since the property is currently vacant, I would suggest a vacant property/liability policy through American Modern, Foremost, or a few other carriers.  Once you move, a homeowner's policy may be, in fact


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