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Why Partner with CRES?
No other company takes the DAILY protection of real estate professionals so seriously. Whether you sell, appraise, finance or manage real estate—individually or with a firm—we’ve got you covered.
CRES customized Real Estate E&O Insurance + ClaimPrevent™ gives you more extensive and specific-to-real-estate-risks coverage — plus a suite of services to help keep you out of legal trouble DAILY.
Discover what hundreds of thousands of real estate pros nationwide have discovered since 1996: CRES innovations in real estate errors and omissions insurance offer you superior protection. Do you have the right E&O company keeping you out of trouble DAILY?
Our “stress less” Risk Management program gives you practical legal advice from experienced real estate lawyers to resolve small issues before they turn into big problems.
Risk Management >
Does your E&O policy cover property management, appraisals, or BPOs? What if you change firms, or your firm goes out of business? Get portable and personalized protection with your own E&O policy.
E&O for Real Estate Professionals >
Check out our Seller's E&O coverage for your clients. Providing a policy to protect your sellers after the sale is the best way to get listings and build loyalty.
Seller’s Protection Plan >
All buyers are excited when they first move in, but what if the roof starts to leak or the garage door suddenly won’t open? Protect the buyers with a CRES Home Warranty and reduce your deductible.
CRES Home Warranties >
Showing buyers the presence or absence of property permits can help reduce your liability and E&O claims.
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Why 500,000 Real Estate Professionals Have Chosen CRES
“I switched to CRES because they provided the most coverage for the best price and meet all state requirements.”
Unfortunately, I have had a claim filed against my business but the attorneys at CRES were so responsive and professional…”
I switched to CRES 2 years ago because their coverage was better and they were less expensive than the state program. It just made sense.”