NREIG Co-Insurance Provision

Co-insurance is a property insurance provision that states the amount of coverage that must be maintained, as a percentage of the total value of the property, for the insured to collect the full amount of a loss. Common coinsurance values are 80, 90, or 100 percent of the value of the insured property.

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NREIG Commercial Coverage

When selecting property insurance coverage with NREIG, consider a choice of two levels of coverage: Basic and Special.

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Choosing the Right Agent & Coverage

Property investment can be a lucrative business. In fact, its reputation as a great way to build wealth has given many people the impression that it’s an “easy” way to get rich quick, with minimal risk or cost to the investor. This couldn’t be further from the truth.

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Insurance... Is It Really That Difficult?

As consumers, let alone real estate investors, we tend to flinch when the insurance bill arrives. Many times, for good reason, rates are higher, coverage seems to diminish, and for what?

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Replacement Cost vs Actual Cash Value

When selecting property insurance coverage with NREIG, consider a choice of two loss settlement methods: Replacement Cost and Actual Cash Value.

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Insurance Issues for the Real Estate Investor

If one of your single-families caught fire last night, are you certain it is insured properly? If a spring storm blew the roof off of your 12-unit apartment building, would you have coverage for your loss-of-rents?

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NREIG Reporting Form

A monthly reporting form is an insurance methodology which allows our clients to change occupancy status, property values, as well as add and delete locations with no minimum earned premium. Meaning, you only pay for what you need on a month-to-month basis.

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Excerpt: Debunking 13 Insurance Myths

This short three chapter excerpt of the original presentation will debunk three myths about insurance exclusivity, named additional insured on your homeowner’s policy, and using your homeowner’s policy to cover your investment properties.

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