Manage Your Property... 
While We Manage Your Claim
 
What advantages do we offer Property Managers?

 

Your client’s insurance company will send out an adjuster to work for the insurance company’s benefit. Only a public insurance adjuster works for YOU and your client's benefit.

When you engage Concordia Claims Managers, you’re free to focus on managing your properties while we work with you to manage your claim and communicate with your client, HOA or COA board. The client for whom you once found property, helped with contractors, renters, payments and city ordinances now faces a completely different set of issues involving restoration, insurance and the mortgage company maze. The same professional qualities you demand, we demand. Our purpose is to focus on the insurance and restoration aspects of your loss, making your company a stronger advocate for and partner with your client after a loss occurs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Managing multiple dwellings on a daily basis is enough to keep you busy in itself.  Adding an extensive insurance claim on one or more of your managed properties can result in lost time, stresses, irreparable damage to your reputation, and a negative impact on your bottom line.  By engaging Concordia Claims Managers before you have to file a claim not only do you have peace of mind in case of fire, flood, wind or other insurance claims, but you can also market our services as a FREE added value to prospective landlords looking for a forward-thinking property manager. Concordia Claims Managers is highly skilled in managing complex commercial losses, such as those involving apartment complexes and condominium developments.

Property Managers can benefit from engaging Concordia Claims Managers because unlike the insurance company, we advocate for the insured property owner (your client).

 

Concordia simplifies your life by:

  • taking on the stress of the claims process, allowing you to continue your level of service to the residents.

  • advocating for the property owner and make sure lines of communication are kept open with the association board.

  • managing all lost rents; the property manager continues to receive their management fees.

  • overseeing the entire insurance claim – Completed 100% in-house.

  • properly creating the scope of repair, ensuring proper payment for rebuild.

  • working with your contractor to receive payment from the insurance company, mortgage company and finally, the insured.

  • keeping proper accounting of every payment.

  • fielding all phone calls, meetings and mail during the claim.

  • handling 100% of your client’s claim, freeing you to focus on 100% of your interests.

                               

Engaging Concordia Claims Managers pre-peril will save your property management firm from the headache of having to set aside so much of your time to deal with one client’s needs while others suffer.  You can benefit additionally by marketing the fact that you have a pre-peril Crisis Management plan and personnel in place to service potential customers as your business expands.  Property managers are at a higher risk of being involved in an insurance claim, simply by virtue of the nature of their business and large numbers of properties in their portfolios. Concordia Claims Managers can keep your business from floundering during a crisis, and even help it grow!

What are the benefits of working with Concordia Claims Managers to manage your insurance claim?

Managing multiple dwellings on a daily basis is enough to keep you busy in itself.  Adding an extensive insurance claim on one or more of your managed properties can result in lost time, stresses, irreparable damage to your reputation, and a negative impact on your bottom line.  By engaging Concordia Claims Managers before you have to file a claim not only do you have peace of mind in case of fire, flood, wind or other insurance claims, but you can also market our services as a FREE added value to prospective landlords looking for a forward-thinking property manager. Concordia Claims Managers is highly skilled in managing complex commercial losses, such as those involving apartment complexes and condominium developments.