Spotlight on Construction and Property Insurance


Three Steps to Protect Vacant Structures
Property
The threat of vandalism, theft and other unforeseen events rises when structures are in a vacant status. Learn three steps your clients can take to help guard vacant structures, heading off potential losses before they occur.
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Selling Builders Risk: Overcoming 4 Obstacles
Construction
Even experienced insurance professionals can have difficulty overcoming clients’ objections to insurance products that don’t cross their path every day. Consider these suggestions for how to successfully overcome four common roadblocks.
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Builders Risk: Covering What Clients Don’t Know
Construction
When clients don't understand how a policy works, what it covers and what is excluded, there may be unpleasant surprises after a loss occurs. Read to be well prepared to discuss coverage needs and solutions with your clients.
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Why Does Insurer Market Stability Matter?
Construction
Insurance professionals have many options when searching for a builders risk partner. While many factors influence the selection process, read to learn why strong market presence and financial stability is perhaps one of the most critical.
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Tracking High-Value Construction Equipment
Property
The high value and mobility of construction equipment presents an attractive target for theft. Learn how agents can make clients aware of the risks and protect their equipment.
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Builders Risk for Homeowners: When is it needed?
Construction
There are often gaps in coverage when relying on homeowners policies alone that may not be apparent until a loss occurs. Learn five advantages to using builders risk insurance with an existing homeowners policy.
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Deter Job Site Criminals with Reward Program
Construction
Theft, vandalism and arson can cause potentially large losses and create delays at construction sites. One easy way to deter would-be vandals and thieves is to utilize the Builders Risk Reward Program.
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5 Steps to Reporting Form Accuracy
Construction
To conveniently secure coverage, qualified contractors can benefit from a builders risk reporting form policy. Follow these five steps to help your clients accurately use reporting form policies.
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Ask An Underwriter: Submitting Builders Risk Online
Construction
In this Ask An Underwriter post, our team of underwriters address three frequently asked questions about the online policy issuance process that could save you time and unnecessary frustration.
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5 Insights Landlords Should Know About Vacant Dwellings
Property
The need for coverage of a rental dwelling can be greatest when the structure isn't occupied. Learn five insights to discuss with your property owner clients about vacant structure insurance.
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Avoid Cookie Cutter Temptations with Flexible Builders Risk
Construction
Treating builders risk clients similarly by issuing cookie cutter coverage stems from a misunderstanding as to how these policies can be customized by project and related exposures.
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Contractors Aren’t Your Only Builders Risk Prospects.
Construction
Builders risk insurance is not limited to contractors, but can include property owners, real estate development companies, retailers and more.
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Builders Risk: Not Just for New Construction
Construction
Owners and contractors involved in new construction projects are familiar with builders risk to insure against property loss. However, builders risk insurance can provide coverage beyond new construction projects.
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Contractors Equipment: Are your clients protected from thieves and vandals?
Property
Contractors may not see the value in contractors equipment coverage; but the risk of loss to equipment through theft/vandalism is very real.
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Home Renovation? Relying on Homeowners Insurance is not Enough.
Construction
Homeowners often mistakenly believe that their homeowners policy will provide all the coverage needed for a construction project. Learn what your clients might be missing.
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7 Steps to Securing Construction Job Sites
Property
To deter theft and vandalism of expensive mobile equipment, and keep projects on time and within budget, clients can take these seven risk mitigation measures.
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Increase Project Flexibility with Change Order Endorsements
Construction
Agents writing builders risk should educate clients as to how change orders impact coverage in order to help them protect against unforeseen losses.
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Consider These Exposures for Vacant Rental Structures
Property
Insurance agents must help clients understand the exposures that face vacant rental structures and how to protect themselves against losses.
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