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If you manage, sell or develop property, you may not have adequate coverage

If you manage, sell or develop property, you may not have adequate coverage

Your present liability policy could exclude property where you currently have an interest, as well as other missing pieces.

Atlas has the deep real estate expertise to find and fit policies that protect against uninsured loss

If you are an owner who also manages property, leases, self-sells (e.g., Realtor) or develops property, Atlas can help with commonly overlooked issues where you may have no plan in place:

  • High property premiums due to increased water damage losses, especially in multi-story structures
  • No sewage back-up coverage
  • True replacement cost of buildings at today’s construction rates
  • Coinsurance penalties or inability to rebuild due to insufficient loss recovery

Our partnership with Arthur J. Gallagher provides clients with a global resource to obtain certified replacement costs valuations of their properties.

Atlas also offers expertise in ‘owner-controlled insurance programs’ (OCIPs), including in-depth construction safety expertise, resulting in lower construction costs on new projects.

Learn more about how our expertise can save you money on your project costs right off the top.

What our clients are saying:

Mark Babin

Mark Babin

MMI Realty, President

Atlas understands MMI’s business and is able to locate and negotiate the best coverages and the best prices to provide what we need — and not what we don’t need. Atlas is available to answer any questions I have relating to all issues and is available to provide consultation to protect us prior to entering into agreements or situations that require insurance protection. I am confident that Atlas makes recommendations to MMI as if it were for themselves.

Typical insurance coverages for Real Estate include but are not limited to:

  • Business Interruption

    Evaluating the business income loss exposure requires an understanding of how business income losses are measured, how a business interruption affects expenses and the property and perils that business income losses can involve.

  • Commercial Auto

    Almost every organization has auto exposures, even those that do not own any automobiles. The most commonly used form for insuring commercial autos, the Business Auto Coverage Form, covers auto liability, physical damage and no-fault exposures.

  • Commercial General Liability (CGL)

    Commercial General Liability (CGL) insurance covers many of the common liability loss exposures faced by an organization, including its premises, operations, and products.

  • Commercial Property

    Whether it is the computers, office furniture, fixtures, equipment, records and office supplies of your small business; the complex machinery of an automated manufacturer; or the office and apartment buildings owned by a large real estate developer, all commercial enterprises use at least some tangible property that is exposed to loss.

  • Commercial Umbrella

    Commercial Umbrella coverage provides liability coverage that supplements the limits of an insured's General Liability, Automobile Liability and Employers Liability policies.

  • Directors & Officers Liability

    Directors & Officers Liability coverage insures corporate directors and officers against claims, usually brought by stockholders, alleging loss due to mismanagement.

  • Employment-Related Practices Liability

    Employment-Related Practices coverage is available for the legal costs to defend claims against sexual harassment, wrongful termination and discrimination, and the actual legal liability for such acts.

  • Flood

    Flooding is a relatively common and costly natural disaster here in Hawaii, particularly in areas near streams, rivers and beaches. Flood water can destroy walls, floors, equipment, supplies, files and much more.

  • Professional Liability

    In today’s insurance marketplace, Professional Liability can be more broadly defined as insurance that covers persons engaged in various occupations against liability resulting from their rendering or failing to render professional services.

  • Temporary Disability Income (TDI)

    The Hawaii Temporary Disability Income (TDI) law was enacted in 1969 and requires employers to provide partial wage replacement insurance coverage to their eligible employees for non-work-related sickness or injury (including pregnancy).

  • Workers Compensation & Employers Liability

    Workers Compensation statutes obligate Hawaii employers, regardless of fault, to pay specific medical, disability, rehabilitation, and death benefits for their employees’ job-related injuries and diseases.

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We go the extra mile to monitor the marketplace to ensure your insurance programs are up-to-date and aligned with your goals.

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