Location: Arizona
Submitted 07/26/12 05:34 PM

Q. I am a Realtor with 14 rental properties. I have a commercial rental policy through American Family and was just notified that my premiums are being raised 70% starting next month due to what my agent called a rate structure change? Time to look for new insurance ......and looking for any recommendations anyone could give. Thanks so much....

 

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Submitted 07/26/12 06:17 PM
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The cheapest insurance I've ever found was through CostCo. Not sure if they have commerical rental policies... But if nothing else, it's a great place to buy HO insurance anyway!

http://www.costco.com/Common/Category.aspx?cat=55476&eCat=BC%7C55291%7C55476&lang=en-US

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Submitted 07/26/12 06:29 PM
Laura Todd (West USA Realty): Real Estate Agent in Scottsdale, AZ Laura Todd (West USA Realty)
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Wow...I love Costco...never even realized they had HO insurance? I will check it out tomorrow...

thanks,

Laura

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Submitted 08/16/12 05:27 PM
Andrew Ostrander, Ostrander Real Estate Group (Ostrander Real Estate Group): Real Estate Agent in Phoenix,, AZ Andrew Ostrander, Ostrander Real Estate Group (Ostrander Real Estate Group)
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I have a great insurance connection and if you pop me an email, I would be happy to connect you with them.  A recent testimonial by our office owner, who I also referred to them, indicated they save 40% over their previous policy.  Let me know if I can help.  :)

Andrew

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Submitted 08/17/12 09:44 AM Andrew, Thanks ... we were able to find coverage at a great price that was actually comparable to what we had at Farmers. We already pulled the trigger on that~

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