Wholesale Property Insurance

Package or monoline placements available

Placing hard-to-place business is what we do. Our team of specialists knows how to evaluate your clients’ tough property risks and we have some of the best markets and coverage terms. Whether you need primary or excess capabilities, package or monoline coverages, or CAT coverage, we can help. Let us help you and your client no matter their industry or business class.

Primary and Excess capabilities

Industries served
  • Condo, townhome, and homeowners’ associations
  • Habitational
  • Healthcare
  • Hospitality
  • Life Sciences
  • Manufacturing
  • Nonprofits
  • Private companies
  • Real estate portfolios
  • Transportation
  • Business interruption
  • CAT exposures
  • Deductible buybacks
  • Difference in conditions (DIC)
  • Earthquake
  • Equipment breakdown
  • Excess property
  • Flood (primary & excess)
  • Wind

FAQs – Property

What is commercial property insurance?

Commercial property insurance protects the property of a business. We specialize in property insurance for tough property risks and we offer some of the best markets and coverage terms. Depending on your client’s situation, we can help with primary and excess capabilities, and package or monoline placements. Let us help you with your hard-to-place property insurance business.

Who needs excess property coverage?

Businesses that own buildings or land can benefit from excess property coverages. Some of the tough classes we work with to place property insurance include homeowners’ associations, real estate portfolios, habitational, life sciences, healthcare, hospitality, transportation, and much more.

What kinds of risks does business property insurance offer protection against?

We can help your clients with property insurance for CAT exposures, earthquake, wind, flood, business interruption, equipment breakdown, and more. This is an extremely complex market and we can handle navigating it for you and your clients to ensure they get the right protection at the right price.

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