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Real Estate Professionals and property owners should consider using a Public Adjuster when their property has been damaged. A Public Adjuster can help to negotiate with insurance companies and get the most money for the property. They can also help to repair the property so that it is in good condition before it is sold. In addition, a Public Adjuster can help to negotiate with buyers who may be interested in purchasing the property. By using a Public Adjuster, Real Estate Professionals and property owners can maximize their chances of selling their property at a fair price.

A few ways public adjusters can help

● As a realtor, one of your jobs is to point out any damage to the home that is not from normal wear and tear. This is because the homeowners' insurance policy may cover the repair or replacement of the damaged item or system. For example, the policy may cover damage to the roof, walls, ceiling, or flooring. If you see evidence of smoke or water damage, it would be a good time to contact a Licensed Public Adjuster and have them offer a free property inspection. Completing this inspection could mean a quicker and more efficient claims process for your clients.

● Realtors who work with investors and flippers/rehabbers should be aware of the potential claims that their clients may overlook. While most investors are focused on flipping, renting out, or selling their properties for a profit, they may not be aware of the potential risks involved. Many insurance carriers cover damages such as tenant vandalism, which can be a costly problem if left unchecked. In addition to performing a free property inspection, realtors should advise their clients to review their insurance policies and ensure they are properly covered. By taking these simple steps, realtors can help their clients avoid costly mistakes and protect their investments.

● As a real estate agent, you are always looking for ways to set yourself apart from the competition. One way to do this is to offer free property inspections for your sellers. Many home sellers are not aware of the potential for damage that can be included in a property settlement claim. By offering this service, you will be able to help them uncover any potential problems and get the most money possible from selling their home. In addition, this will help you build a reputation as an agent who is always looking out for her client's best interests. Ultimately, this can lead to more listings and sales, as well as referrals from satisfied clients. So if you're looking for a way to stand out in your market, consider offering free property inspections to your sellers. It could pay off in a big way!


As a contractor, you know that insurance claims can be complicate matters. After all, it's not just about the repair work that needs to be done - it's also about making sure you get paid for your work. And unfortunately, insurance carriers are not always willing to pay out what is owed. This is where public adjusters come in. Public adjusters are professionals who specialize in negotiating insurance claims. They work on behalf of the policyholder to make sure that the claim is fair and accurate. And because they are working on behalf of the policyholder, they also have an incentive to make sure that the contractor is fairly compensated for the work that they do. As a result, public adjusters can be a valuable asset for both policyholders and contractors.

A few ways public adjusters help

When you become a part of our contractor network, you instantly open up a world of opportunities to service policyholders needing your expert repair and restoration skills. Our extensive network covers multiple states, so you can be assured of finding work close to home. We refer work to our contractors regularly, so you can be kept busy servicing the community and growing your business. We only work with the best in the industry, so you can be proud to be part of our team and help homeowners in their time of need.

Property Managers

Protecting your commercial asset is a top priority. When disasters and property loss occur, property managers must respond with the utmost urgency to recover losses and get the property functioning ASAP. Insurance companies send their adjusters to assess the loss but often intentionally or unintentionally miss damages/loss that can drastically reduce your claim payout. The whole point of insurance is to make you whole again after a disaster, but if they don’t cover all the damages/loss, you’ll be left footing a large repair bill. That’s why it’s essential to have a public adjuster on your side who will fight for you and make sure you get the full benefit of your insurance policy. A qualified public adjuster will thoroughly document all the damages/loss, work with insurance company representatives, and negotiate on your behalf to get you the best possible settlement. Don’t wait until after a disaster strikes to find out how important it is to have a public adjuster in your corner – Protect your investment and call us today.

A few ways public adjusters help

● Problem - When disaster strikes, the last thing you want to worry about is fighting with your insurance company to get the coverage you need.

● Solution - That's where public adjusters come in. Public adjusters are licensed professionals who help policyholders navigate the complex and confusing world of insurance claims. They will review your policy to ensure you are getting the coverage you're entitled to, scope and estimate your losses, and then negotiate with your insurer to ensure you get the best possible settlement. Doyle Adjustment Group takes all the hassle out of the claims process, so you can focus on what's important - managing your property. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you.


Multi-family Property Owners

As any property owner knows, your asset's value can fluctuate for various reasons. The weather is one major factor that can have a significant impact on the value of your property. For instance, properties in Texas are often affected by high winds, hail, and rain. These events can damage the property and reduce its value. However, many property owners overlook the opportunity to seek compensation for the damage. Restoring the property to its pre-weather event condition can maximize its value and appeal to potential buyers. So, if you have a multi-family asset that has been affected by the weather, don't hesitate to take advantage of this opportunity to increase its value.

A few ways public adjusters help

● Problem - As a property owner, you have enough to worry about without dealing with the hassle of filing an insurance claim. When disaster strikes, you need to be able to rely on your insurance company to provide the coverage you need.

● Solution - That's where a public adjuster comes in. A public adjuster is a licensed professional trained to interpret your policy, scope and estimate losses, and negotiate with your insurance company to ensure that you get the most out of your claim. Doyle Adjustment Group will manage the entire claims process for you, alleviating your burden so you can focus on managing the property. We will work tirelessly to get you the compensation you deserve so that you can move on with your business.

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