Understanding Insurance Property Damage And Coverage

If one of your single-family rental homes caught fire last night do you understand your insurance property damage policy and coverage? 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? Is your subject-to exposure protected? When it comes [...]

By | January 10th, 2017|Insurance|0 Comments

Worker’s Compensation Issues For The Real Estate Investor

Though frequently overlooked by many real estate investors, worker's compensation (WC) and related issues should certainly be addressed early in your business planning stages. Bear in mind, that advice from your attorney, accountant and/or from the State Department of WC (if applicable) certainly trumps what we communicate here. The most important consideration is to understand [...]

By | January 5th, 2017|Insurance|0 Comments

Know What Your Insurance Policy Will Cover, And What It Won’t

As the president of ARPOLA, I talk to rental property owner, landlords and property managers quite a bit. I thought I’d share some of those conversations through a series of blog posts so all of our members can benefit from the discussion. I have found  if one member has a question many more have the [...]

By | December 26th, 2016|Insurance|0 Comments

Top 10 Insurance Myths for the Real Estate Investor

Insurance is the one thing for which we pay that we never want to use.  However, in the event you need it, you certainly want to be properly protected.  The points presented here should hopefully allow you to grasp a few of the pertinent insurance issues for whatever your real estate endeavor may be. Myth [...]

By | November 24th, 2016|Insurance|0 Comments