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  • Why Should You Carry Insurance As A Home Inspector?

    Carrying Errors and Omissions (E&O) and General Liability (GL) insurance as a home and/or building inspector is important contrary to what some people might tell you.  Like any form of insurance, E&O and GL are designed to protect you from unforeseen or unintended circumstances that result in some sort of loss or hardship for others.  […]

  • Tools/Equipment and Physical Drone Coverage

    Make sure you get coverage for your tools and equipment! EliteMGA, LLC now offers a policy starting at $250, covering $10,000 in your daily tools. This includes leased and rented items too. This will cover your ladders, cameras, iPads/tablets, laptops and other items inspectors carry from site to site. Other examples: Dropping the camera from the roof while […]

  • Getting to Know Ben – Elite MGA’s National Program Director

    Meet Ben Garrison, EliteMGA’s National Program Director. Ben has served at EliteMGA since April 2013 and has over 11 years working with home inspectors across the country helping to manage their risk through various insurance strategies.  Prior to joining Elite, he worked as Vice President of Sales for FREA, located in San Diego California, which […]

  • Dan Huber, Distinguished Inspections Industry Expert and CEO of ISN

    Dan Huber is the co-foudan-hubernder and CEO of Inspection Support Network (ISN), a global leader in connecting, streamlining, and automating any aspects of operating an inspection company. Not only does he have more than 25 years of training inspectors and real estate agents, but he was also a top producing real estate agents, earning him a membership in the RE/MAX Hall of Fame.

  • Postponed: Don’t’ Risk Your Business and Attend a Risk Management Seminar

    Attention: This event will be rescheduled due to the winter storm.  The reschedule date will be confirmed on March 17th, 2017. On March 14th & 15th at 8:30am to 12:00pm, one of EliteMGA’s partners, Inspector Claim Assist, will be hosting a continuing education event at the Philadelphia Navy Yard covering Inspector’s Risk Mangagement.  At the […]

  • Top Answers to Get the Job: Home Inspectors

    It is important to answer honestly and calmly display your expertise to alleviate unnecessary anxiety. At Elite InspectorInsure, we understand that it is hard enough to be an expert in your field, but having to “sell yourself” adds another layer of difficulty to the situation.

  • Be In The Know: Important E&O and General Liability Insurance Requirements

      What Are the E&O and General Liability Insurance Requirements for Home Inspectors?Many professionals in service occupations are required to carry various types of insurance.  Professional home inspectors have similar requirements that also include a type of professional liability insurance known as errors and omissions insurance, often referred to as “E&O insurance.” We’ll look at […]

  • Get Ready to Inspectivize: Giving Home Inspectors and Home Owners Power

    New Home Inspectors App for Inspectors and Owners Makes Life Easier! Having a consistent flow of clients as a home inspector is difficult. The inspector may have great credentials, be properly certified, and have good E & O insurance, but getting people to call you can be the biggest barrier as a home inspector. Advertising […]

  • Avoiding Summer Home Inspection Dangers

    While winter can pose some specific dangers to a home inspector, summer is the time of year with the most hidden dangers that can pose a risk to safety and wellbeing if they are not prepared. Here are some of the biggest summer home inspection dangers and ways to avoid them. The Heat One of […]

  • The Differences Between General Liability and Errors and Omissions Insurance

    Even seasoned home inspectors can be unaware of the nearly infinite number of hidden dangers in a home that can wreak both financial and physical damage to homeowners and occupants. Regardless of how thorough their inspection, it is the home inspector that will be held accountable for the fallout from not identifying and reporting the […]