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7 Insurance Tips for Historic Homeowners Written by National Trust Insurance Services, LLC on Jan 23, 2017


7 Insurance Tips for Historic Home Owners
 
The owner of this historic wood-shingled house by the sea needs insurance to protect it from floods and hurricanes.
If your historic home was severely damaged, but not enough to declare a "total loss", does your policy have high enough coverage limits to repair and restore the building? And will your insurance company pay to hire experienced restoration craftsmen if you have a fire?

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5 Things Every Real Estate Agent Should Know About Insuring Historic Properties Written by National Trust Insurance Services, LLC on Jun 3, 2016

Written by Meggen Taylor, Find Everything Historic

Whether you are helping your client to purchase or sell an historic property there seems to be a lot of insurance misconceptions in the real estate industry regarding what is covered and what is not.  We wanted to help set the record straight so you that you can arm yourself with some basic information that will help you direct your clients to an appropriate insurance carrier to protect one of their biggest assets ...

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Flood Insurance: What Every Historic Property Owner Needs To Know Written by National Trust Insurance Services, LLC on May 25, 2015

Flood Insurance: What Every Historic Property Owner Needs To Know

National Flood Insurance Program: What the Changes Mean for Historic Property Owners

New changes to the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) went into effect on April 1st of this year.  These changes happened due to the fact that the NFIP is ...

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Insuring Historic Properties: Preserving the Past, Insuring the Future Written by National Trust Insurance Services, LLC on Feb 25, 2015

Insuring Historic Properties: Preserving the Past, Insuring the Future

 
FEH Editor’s Note: Most museums and historic properties have serious gaps in their insurance coverage and don’t even know it. Standard policies often do not cover the features that make historic properties special whether they are residential or commercial — raised panel wainscoting, hand-hewn true dimensional lumber, artifacts of local significance, collections borrowed from other organizations and your collections loaned to ...