OREP

AcronymDefinition
OREPOrganization of Real Estate Professionals
OREPOak Ridge Environmental Peace
OREPOxford Review of Economic Policy (Oxford University Press)
OREPOntario Research Enhancement Program (Canada)
OREPOffice of Research on Educational Policy (McGill University; Quebec, Canada)
OREPOak Ridge Economic Partnership (Oak Ridge, TN)
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Brauner says the OREP package includes comprehensive E&O, full general liability, pest/WDO, lead paint, pool & spa, EIFS/Stucco, commercial, indoor air quality testing, green building inspections, infrared thermography, rodent inspections and more; mold and septic inspection coverage can be added for a small additional cost.
Brauner, who has helped inspectors place insurance coverage for over 20 years said, "OREP was exhibiting at a conference last year when several inspectors visiting our booth said they love the program but needed certain coverages that were not included.
OREP is the only program that allows most inspectors to get back to work fast with no quoting required.
OREP also targets services to small rural businesses.
OREP services are provided through a network of non-profit partners led by WSOS Community Action Commission, Fremont, Ohio.
OREPs allow the ISP to focus on safety belt and child safety seat laws.
Home Inspectors who are paying too much for “add-on” coverages or are working without full coverage because of the cost, will appreciate OREP's insurance program, as it includes General Liability and most incidental coverages, such as radon, termite, and commercial coverage.
OREP is a leading provider of insurance for home inspectors, real estate appraisers, agents/brokers and mortgage field professionals.
The patrols, known as "OREPs," allow ISP to focus on safety belt and child safety seat laws.
In March, District 19 released the results of February OREPs in Saline and Gallatin counties.
Home Inspectors who are paying extra for “add-on” coverages or are going without full coverage because of the expense, will appreciate OREP's new program, as it includes most incidental coverages, such as termite, radon, and commercial coverage.
“Home inspectors who are paying extra for 'add on' coverages, or worse, going without the full coverage they need to save money don't need to any longer,” said David Brauner, Senior Broker at OREP. “Broad coverage is included in the minimum premium, including premises coverage.”