Frequently Asked Questions
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realprotect is a national insurance broker that specializes in working with residential real estate investors all over the world. We are not an insurance company, but we work with leading global insurers to match your insurance needs with the best company for your investment strategy.
Because realprotect works exclusively with residential real estate investors, we have joined with our insurance company partners to develop specialized coverage, rates and underwriting models. Our policies typically offer the coverage and flexibility real estate investors need to run their business.
Now you’re speaking our language! realprotect specializes in working with investors that have portfolios of properties. We can insure an unlimited number of properties for you, and we’ll need some basic information to get you some quote options. You can visit our Get a Quote page, contact your realprotect Account Manager, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at 1-800-579-0652.
We can get you covered! realprotect is backed by one of the nation’s largest independent insurance agencies, so we have access to hundreds of insurers to help you cover all types of real estate investments.
Yes, we offer a wide variety of policy-types. In addition to insuring your real estate investment properties, realprotect can assist with traditional commercial insurance products including, but not limited to: general liability, property, automobile, inland marine, workers compensation, cyber, crime, errors & omissions, and directors & officers. Click here to request more information, or call us at 800-579-0652!
We get this question a lot. A non-admitted insurer is one that does not have to file their rates and coverage with a state’s insurance department. This allows an insurer to offer more flexible coverage and rates, which most real estate investors like! Most large insurance companies have a non-admitted division, and all of the insurers that realprotect uses are highly rated for financial strength and claims-paying ability. Visit our Risk Management Toolbox for more information on admitted versus non-admitted companies.
Whenever there is a potentially catastrophic event like a hurricane or a wildfire, insurance companies will often restrict the ability to place coverage until the event has passed. As you can imagine, when there is an event where losses can be expected, insurance companies will limit the risk that they take so that they can preserve great rates and coverage for their existing policyholders. Be sure to check the realprotect website for a list of any current binding restrictions!
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