Old Line Legal Reserve Company

Definition of "Old line legal reserve company"

Deborah Randazzo real estate agent

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RE/MAX Palm Realty

Commercial life insurers that operate on the legal reserve system as opposed to fraternal life insurance companies, many of which now operate on a legal reserve basis.

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Virginia Clements Virginia Clements said:

Wondering if you handle the Union LIfe Insurance Company owners of life insurance?

Jun 06, 2018  23:19:20

Real Estate Agent

Hey Virginia!
Unfortunately, no. Although we do talk a lot about insurance, because it matters (a lot!) to real estate owners, we only connect homeowners to real estate agents, not insurance companies. But maybe try to find a local real estate agent on our real estate agents directory; they might have good insights to your problem and connect you with the right people. Good luck!

Jun 08, 2018  10:23:36
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