As a real estate-related organization, is there anything more important to the lifeblood of your business than your physical assets? At Brown & Brown of Pennsylvania, we work with you to help protect your assets as if they were our own.

Insured Asset Classes







Lines of Coverage Offered:

  • Property

  • General Liability

  • Builder’s Risk

  • Environmental

  • Workers’ Compensation

  • Business Income

  • Umbrella

  • Flood

  • Cyber

  • Management & Professional Services

Market Access

As a top 10 national brokerage, Brown & Brown of Pennsylvania has the ability to leverage an unparalleled market strength and help deliver superior results in coverage and pricing. Our seasoned real estate insurance professionals represent many top-rated carriers that have a specific appetite for real estate risks.

Reducing Risk

Our proprietary policy & contractual analysis is designed to help your organization enhance profits by reducing its total cost of risk. We strive to proactively identify possible coverage gaps and contract issues so that it is easy to anticipate potential disputes BEFORE they happen.

Creative Solutions

We understand the unique needs of real estate owners, managers, and developers. Our team of real estate insurance brokers offers creative solutions with these needs in mind. Our solutions help provide insurance process efficiencies and cost savings to the real estate industry.

Real Estate Case Study

Real Estate Firm – Philadelphia, PA

The Challenges

  1. 10 separate policies with different renewal dates
  2. Policy coverage issues
    • Loss limit was only $10 million
    • Coverage limitation for roofs was over 20 years
    • Subcontracted work was not covered properly
    • Exposure to employment-related claims

The Solutions

  • Marketed all lines with 20 different insurance carriers

  • Reduced overall costs by 20%

  • Consolidated policies & fixed all coverage issues

Meet The Team

“I’m always ready to help by providing a no obligation evaluation of your insurance programs to:

1) Validate your existing insurance programs
2) Work to eliminate unexpected financial losses and create a more favorable situation for your business.”

Matt Heller, Commercial Insurance & Risk Management Advisor