Sooner State Agencies - Your Property Management Resource
Our agency can deliver the strategies, tools and resources that will help you own and manage your properties with ease.
Our Means for Your Success
Our agency has the resources to assist you in all your property management needs. We address much more than just bricks and mortar.
Protecting Your Property
We have the resources to assist you manage mold exposures, prevent fire dangers and protect against other disasters that could potentially cause significant damage to your property.
Manage Tenants with Ease
Let us help you manage tenants, whether you own a commercial or residential property. We have the tools to help you do so.
Know the Laws
You are responsible for understanding the laws that apply to property ownership, such as Ordinance and Law Coverage. Let us educate you on those laws to avoid penalties.
Protect Your Property with Ordinance and Law Coverage
Do you own an older building or is your building subject to significant building code changes, if it needed to be rebuilt? If so, then you may need Building Ordinance and Law coverage.
Most insurance policies are written to allow a building owner to rebuild to the condition it was in prior to the loss. If an ordinance requires more, such as being brought up to code if it sustains more than 50 percent damage to the entire structure, an owner could be facing significant out-of-pocket expenses, which may range from slight modifications (installing hard-wired smoke detectors) to vastly more complicated and expensive modifications (installing fire sprinklers). To combat the cost of these projects, building owners can purchase Ordinance and Law Insurance. This protects an owner or association against losses resulting from the enforcement of new laws or ordinances, or changes to existing laws.
Ordinance and Law Insurance also protects against losses after a disaster. It serves to cover the following losses:
• Loss of Value: If the undamaged portion of a structure was not technically "damaged" based on the verbiage in a typical fire protection policy, then this coverage pays for the loss to rebuild the undamaged part of the building.
Ordinance and Law Insurance is excluded from a typical Property Insurance policy but can be added as an endorsement for a reasonable premium. It is common sense that owners of older structures with greater exposures should purchase this policy to cover "losses" for repairs. To determine if you need this coverage, review your policy and contact Sooner State Agencies to discuss your exposures. We're always here to help!