Know your risks and responsibilities.

When it comes to real estate and property management, it’s critical to be aware of risk and your responsibility toward risk prevention.

Our Comprehensive Approach

We help your real estate organization manage risk through an approach designed to improve your bottom-line profitability while keeping your balance sheets hidden. The process we use carefully examines and addresses the strategic, financial and operational risks organizations in this space face.

What’s Our Objective?

It’s simple—we want to give you greater control over your cost structure, and provide you with options when deciding how to handle the myriad risks companies in this industry face daily, including:

  • Contractual risk transfer
  • Facility safety
  • Workplace safety
  • Information security breaches
  • Environmental
  • Business income
  • Representations and Warranties (purchasers of real estate assets)
  • Errors and omissions
  • Professional liability
  • Property/builders risk
  • OCIPs/wrap-ups
  • Surety bonds

What We Do for You

See how we helped a retail/commercial property owner and manager better manage their insurance policy for a better idea of how we can help you.

What was the situation?

Prior to working with Fred C. Church, the client had a separate insurance policy for each individual LLC that had ownership interest in a property. The former structure caused administrative headaches for the client as they were managing multiple renewals and insurance policies.

What did we do?

We looked at the property portfolio from a macro basis and designed a master policy that covered all entities. To ensure the client could allocate premiums appropriately to each LLC, we implemented a back-office billing structure that allowed each LLC to be billed separately for accounting purposes.

What did the client get?

The client’s administrative responsibilities decreased as they had begun focusing on one master insurance policy instead of various policies for each individual LLC.

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