Michigan Real Estate E&O Insurance
Errors & Omissions for Michigan Real Estate Firms
Michigan Professional Liability (E&O) Requirements
Whether you specialize in luxury real estate along Lake Michigan, operate a real estate rental or property management firm in the Grand Rapids, sell commercial real estate in Detroit, or specialize in residential real estate in Flint, one thing is the same: a solid real estate errors & omissions insurance policy will give you peace of mind in the current real estate market.
Although real estate E&O coverage is not required for Michigan real estate brokers, agents, or agencies, most MI real estate franchises require it. Most independent MI real estate firms also want a policy in place to protect their agency.
That said, real estate professional liability (E&O) coverage is not all the same. There is a lot of variety between MI real estate policies that you should be aware of. Let’s explain further…
What to Look for in MI Real Estate E&O Coverage
Many Michigan E&O policies do not provide adequate coverage for a wide variety of common claims. For example, most professional liability (E&O) policies have lower limits (sublimits) for certain categories of claims.
Be sure that your agency has coverage for contingent bodily injury and property damage claims, any property management activities, discrimination or fair housing claims, escrow, and regulatory complaints.
Many brokers often don’t realize they have lower coverage limits or no coverage for these claims until they are facing a real estate lawsuit.
Get E&O Options from FirmSecured
At FirmSecured, we make the process of obtaining E&O options simple. We are an independent insurance agency, meaning we work with most of the insurance companies doing real estate E & O to put a number of options on the table. We don’t simply want to quote cheap insurance. We will walk through your current errors & omissions coverage with you to help you compare your current policy with our options. Our goal is to be your trusted advisor as you find the strongest E&O policy for your real estate agency, at thebest price.
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