Nick, what is the deal? Did not find anything relating to InterNACHI on the website.
Apply to find out. Really good deal. http://www.nachi.org/insurance
Nick, I had them call me, do I get same deal on phone as thru this site?
Yes. Did you find them to be very competitive?
they left message, i called back and left message, will try to hook up tomorrow.
OK. Report back here please.
Be sure to apply using the link or mention it when you call so I can guarantee the premier pricing for InterNACHI members. I am confident in The InspectoPro Insurance program’s ability to provide the best coverage at the best price
I had them give me a quote. Very great rate for better coverage than we currently had…definately need to check this out. We are switching our coverage.
I too just got coverage through Inspectorpro. Found them very competitive and very helpful. Thanks.
Good to know guys. Thanks.
If the price is so great why not tell us what it is guys.
I switched to InspectorPro Insurance this year and paid $1785.89 for $300,000 E&O + GL
I used to be with US Risk and paid $2649 but they covered a couple more things i wished InspectorPro covered like Chinese drywall and GL was for $1M coverage.
Check out Citadel Insurance Services and their Inspector Pro Insurance Program.
Will Colton does what he promises, working on your behalf, at a great price.
(I cannot say the same for an outfit from MA.)
Chinese drywall is not excluded from our policy at this time. Give me a call and we can discuss this. I believe your coverage is more broad and inclusive than what you had with us risk. Who is your agent with InspectorPro? I will make sure we have a detailed discussion regarding this coverage.
I have read many guys paying closer to $1,000.
Seems like a rip till there is full disclosure by the industry insurers.
How many payouts and for how much as such records are kept or they could never fix a payment amount.
Till then it whatever they can squeeze out of you for maximum profit.Wave as they sail by in their new boats.
I agree and there are questions on the applications that have baffled me.
Especially theses two:
Estimated annual revenue from inspections? (Numbers Only)
14. Gross annual revenue for the current year? (Numbers Only)
Those were also on applications from 2 other insurance companies I got quotes from.
Aaron Menlove is my agent. Here is the email I got from him on Feb. 23
And the reply:
So, either way I read, whether I get EAVES or not, Chinese Drywall is still not included.
I’ll give you a call tomorrow afternoon.
I know, they’re on most, if not all.
Always wondered if insurance companies based individual premiums on the their yearly income?