At REInsurePro, we see numerous property claim submissions each day. And while some losses like hail damage are unavoidable, many are preventable. By taking proactive measures to protect their investment […]
Well-kept trees can add value to properties, help save energy, and reduce crime. The downside? Falling trees or large limbs can cause costly damage. In 2022, 6.4% of claims reported to REInsurePro were due to tree-related damage.
Coverage relating to trees and other greenery on a property can vary widely depending upon the specific circumstances of an incident. Some policies may include limited coverage, while others exclude it. Depending on the cause of a fallen tree and if it was healthy or dead at the time it fell, coverage for property damage or bodily injury may or may not be available.
Tenants are likely hosting friends and family for the holidays. And if they are not attentive to the finer details, a cooking fire can occur, or someone may be injured on the icy front steps. Share these 10 key factors with your investors to encourage tenant safety, avoid holiday liability, and ensure your investor client’s properties don’t get damaged during the jolly season.
It’s easy to take tree health for granted. However, costly problems can sneak up on investors if trees are not maintained. What signs indicate that trees may not be perfectly healthy? Here are five main ailments to look for.