CRES Advantage 
Fidelity National 13-Month Home Warranty

Fidelity National Home Warranty (FNHW), has been in business for over 20 years and is currently ranked in the top 5 home warranty providers based on contracts in force. FNHW offers extensive coverage and protection to homebuyers with focus and dedication to delivering more than the customer expects.

The February 2015 acquisition of Buyers Protection Group Home Warranty (BPG) and HISCO Home Warranty (HISCO) makes FNHW one of the largest home warranty providers and allows for the continuity of outstanding customer service to existing and future CRES members.

Under the CRES Advantage 13 Month Home Warranty Plan, administered by Fidelity National Home Warranty, CRES members qualify for the following special benefits:

  • Optional Structural Coverage/Waiver – Up to $10,000 to repair or replace failed structural components of the home – a great risk management tool.
  • Home Warranty Service – FNHW’s mission is to help REALTORS® maintain and grow their business by providing quality products with exceptional service and to help homeowners have peace of mind in managing their unexpected repair and replacement costs by providing quality products with exceptional service.

*NOTE: Seller’s E&O coverage and other benefits are feature based and warranty specific. Read each policy for a full comparison of coverage and benefits. All coverage is subject to Underwriting and other qualifications. The E&O Retention (Out-of-Pocket Claims Expense) Reduction applies to any real estate licensed Real Estate Services Council Risk Purchasing Group, LLC. (“RESCRPG”) member who personally pays for the Home Warranty Plan. These benefits are offered by, and intended for, the members of RESCRPG. RESCRPG membership is part of your CRES E&O policy. Other warranties may also qualify for an E&O Retention Reduction, but only those warranties listed here are guaranteed to qualify. Not available in all states. Certain restrictions apply. The CRES version of the FNHW warranty is the only one by FNHW that qualifies for these benefits. Benefits are available as long as a qualified home warranty is used and the ordering office, or agent, is insured by CRES.

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