Protect Your Business with Reliable E&O Coverage

Mortgage brokerages face unique challenges and requirements. To protect your past and future loan transactions and ensure compliance with corresponding lenders, you need reliable mortgage broker E&O insurance coverage. At CRES, we deliver coverage for firms of all sizes and specialties. We can provide coverage to include real estate transactions or for mortgage origination only.

Our mortgage broker E&O insurance policies deliver these benefits:

  • Peace of Mind
    Our policies are backed by A.M. Best A-rated, admitted carriers.
  • Customized Solutions
    You choose your policy limits, retention (out-of-pocket claims expense limit), payment plan and the activities you need covered, so you’ll only pay for what you need.
  • Proactive Problem Resolution
    Our E&O policies include our Risk Management program. You’ll have access to our team of local legal experts, who will help you proactively resolve small issues before they turn into big problems.

 

Mortgage Brokerage Firm Policy Details

  • Up to $3,000,000 in coverage
  • Retentions (out-of-pocket claims expense) from $2,500 to $100,000
  • Payment options: fixed annual premium or per-transaction payment plans available
  • We ensure brokers who are not direct lenders, and who do not offer reverse mortgages or hard money loans.

 

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