Posted on Dec 7, 2018
Insurance writers often refer to coastal properties as “hard-to-place” property. The term “hard to place” is typically used to describe a property that would be uninsurable in standard markets, is not completely uninsurable. A specialty insurance wholesaler, like Amsuisse, is capable of handling the unique underwriting characteristics of hard-to-place coastal property. Before agents take on the task of insuring a coastal property, they should consider the following three steps.