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The Growing Need to Insure Habitational Risks

Apartment  Condo - Stock ImageToday's housing market is in dire need of improvement. According to CNBC, the inventory of single-family homes will continue to be scarce, with mortgage and interest rates remaining high through 2022.

This leaves room for the mass development of habitational structures such as apartments, condos, student housing, and low-income housing. We may even see a rise in employer-sponsored housing.

With these trends, we see an increase in requests for coverage on habitational risks. We offer several lines of coverage on a monoline or packaged basis, including General Liability, Commercial Property, Business Income, and Equipment Breakdown, among others.

Need a quote for a habitational risk? Email applications or questions to submissions@neee.com.

Posted by Christal Fleishman on 3/1/22 10:29 AM
Christal Fleishman
Christal Fleishman is the Director of Marketing for New England Excess Exchange, Ltd. (NEEE). Fleishman is responsible for overseeing the marketing department and driving business through multiple marketing channels. Additionally, Fleishman is a member of the NEEE Leadership Team.
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Topics: Property, commercial lines, habitational