I need guidance on purchasing E&O insurance.

Asked by Barbara Jenness, Saint Augustine, FL Tue Dec 16, 2008

I have researched Trulia and notice whenever anyone asks about E&O insurance, no one responds. I am hoping to have better luck. I got one quote at $750 for $1,000,000 and thought that was high for a sole proprietor with no agents. What companies do you recommend and what should I look for? I understand that some companies quote per transaction, but haven't seen any that do that. A broker told me he pays under $1000/yr. and has 28 agents. Your assistance is appreciated.

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Deanne Gerber, Agent, Highlands Ranch, CO
Mon Dec 29, 2014
I NEED E AND O INSURANCE. MOSTLY RETIRED FROM BUSINESS. BUT STILL NEED A CHEAP POLICY. PLEASE HELP. LIVE IN CO.
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Molly Taylor, , 90065
Tue Dec 16, 2008
I too have a petite office (like that terminology Tina!) in Southern California and I use Landy/ General Star Insurance for the E&O. Great coverage, good deal. It covers me and my agents under one policy.

http://www.landy.com/re_home.html

Best of luck,
Molly Taylor, Taylor Real Estate
310-920-0965
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Tina C. Wong, Agent, SAN BRUNO, CA
Tue Dec 16, 2008
Dear Barbara,

My office is also a petite office in California and have been using CRES insurance. Their contact is http://www.cresdirect.com and Tel# 800-880-2747. They might be able to recommand you to your state E & O carriers if they don't carry policy in your state.

Best regards,
Web Reference:  http://tinacwong.com
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