Whether you manage residential property or commercial property, you have a lot on your plate as a property manager. The risk of a devastating incident or lawsuit is ever-present in the work you do, and you need peace of mind so you can get back to doing what you do best.
Property manager insurance can include several components. The most important of these are errors & omissions and general liability. General liability is a basic insurance component for every business and includes protection against claims of property damage and bodily injury. Errors and omissions, also called professional liability, protects the property manager if a tenant alleges you have been negligent or not performed duties outlined in your contract.
As a property manager, you deal with a lot on a daily basis. The last thing you need to worry about is your insurance coverage.