All active licensees (broker, salesperson, corporation, LLC, partnership, etc.) must carry uninterrupted E & O insurance coverage in Iowa. (An inactive license is a broker or salesperson whose license is on file with the Real Estate Commission on inactive status and during which time the licensee is precluded from engaging in any acts that require an active real estate license. A firm, partnership, LLC, etc. can not be placed on inactive status.)
Proof of coverage must be provided with all new applications, when reactivating an inactive license to active status if the license has been inactive for more than 20 days, if selected for a random E & O audit by the Commission, and when transfering your license.
The group coverage insurance policy selected by the Commission is with Rice Insurance Services Center (RISC.)
- Importance of Maintaining Continuous E & O Coverage
- E & O Considerations if Going Inactive
- How Changing Firms May Affect Your E & O
- RISC 2022 Flyer
- RISC 2022 Brochure
- RISC 2022 Individual Enrollment Form (Note: make sure you provide RISC the accurate license number and license type. A broker associate is not a salesperson.)
- RISC 2022 Firm Enrollment Form
- 2019 RISC Claim Studies
- 2019 RISC Reduction Tips
While you are not required to obtain coverage from RISC, before obtaining coverage with another carrier be sure to read Chapter 19 of Administrative Rules 193-E to understand the requirements of coverage.