Whether your specialty is commercial or residential real estate, your clients are counting on you. From scheduling appraisals and inspections to facilitating title searches, you need to make clients’ property purchases go as smoothly as possible. That means that you need to keep your business running smoothly as well, which is why you should protect yourself from losses that can impact your business, like property damage, lost documents and records, or even broken equipment.

Nationwide’s real estate insurance can help. We specialize in large commercial offices, habitational and hospitality facilities. Because larger operations have more risk, we offer extensive loss control services to protect your facilities and employees. Coverage can be customized in a number of ways, and commercial real estate insurance is available for our clients who work mainly with businesses. We can also tailor coverage to fit your office space needs, depending on whether you lease or own your building.

Think of Nationwide as your own personal insurance agent. We understand your industry, and offer real estate office insurance to protect you from the unexpected.

Commercial real estate coverage options

Explore your options for insurance protection for commercial real estate offices.

Additional commercial real estate coverages

Explore your options for additional protection for commercial real estate offices.

Valuable papers & records

Protect against untold expenses if you have to recreate your files following a covered loss.

Utility services

Help cover losses from ruined inventory as a result of interrupted utility services.

Business insurance coverage options

Take a look at all of our business insurance coverage options.

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Loss control services & risk management

When you insure your business with us, you get loss control tools and resources, including a Loss Control Services team who can review your operations, procedures and programs.

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