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Emanuel
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If you have lot of commercial real estate, then you have to get insurance for them as there are many risks which can ruin your property in no time like fire, flood, earth quake etc.

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Posted : 29/08/2011 7:15 am
johnnfletcher
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In this world, there is not much to protect their property insurance and assistance. However, it should keep in mind that your property is fragile and it can crash down at any time because of some disaster. Why take the risk? Prevention is better than cure. Obtain property insurance. There are many benefits to your property insurance.

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Posted : 30/08/2011 8:45 pm
Daniel01
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Real estate insurance is necessary because there are many things which should be kept in mind and therefore for financial security one should save the money.

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Posted : 12/09/2011 1:54 pm
wolfaustine
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Real estate insurance is good for your property and home loss, it is protection for your real estate property damage and you can get some part of your property damage. So it is suggested to take insurance for your real estate property for safe future business.

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Posted : 14/09/2011 10:41 am
stevenricherd
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I am completely agree with above thoughts, it is really a prime requirement for all of us to take property insurance to protect our premises from any type of damages done by disasters.

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Posted : 20/09/2011 10:34 am
seojunction
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Re: Real Estate Insurance.

Hello Friends,

if you are buying a home for $200,000.00 and are getting a $180,000.00 mortgage, the promulgated rate for the lender's title insurance would cost $975.00. An Owner's Policy for the purchase amount would cost $1,075.00 With the simultaneous issue of the Mortgage Policy of $125.00, the total would be $1,200.00. So for an additional $225.00, you have purchased yourself $200,000.00 worth of invaluable protection.

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Posted : 25/10/2011 11:55 am
johnywalter2
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Re: Real Estate Insurance.

Real estate or property insurance can have the following benefits or coverage:
Buildings at Extended Replacement Costs or Actual Cash Values
Automatic Increase in Building Amount (inflation guard)
Contents at Replacement Costs or Actual Cash Values
Personal Property Off Premise Coverage
Loss of income & extra expense on an actual loss sustained basis for 12 months or other extended period
Loss of income & extra expense from power interruption or from loss to dependent properties
Loss in value of undamaged building portion, demolition or increased construction cost to meet ordinance or law requirement
Comprehensive equipment breakdown coverage
Coverage extension to newly acquired buildings and contents
Fire department service charge and extinguisher recharge cost
Outdoor signs and outdoor properties
Debris removal & pollutant clean up cost
Back up of sewers or drains
Accounts Receivables and Valuable Papers coverage
Computer equipment including Media & Records
Earthquake or earthquake sprinkler leakage
Lock Replacement
Tenant Return (costs incurred to bring back displaced tenants)

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Posted : 26/10/2011 12:18 pm
allaster
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Well, you can go for Property and casualty insurance. Such insurance covers all the loses and damages due to the fact that the property was extinguish and it can't furnish tenants until it is rebuilt.

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Posted : 02/11/2011 9:39 am
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