National Equity Fund, Inc. National Equity Fund, Inc.

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Since 1987, National Equity Fund® has invested more than $13 billion revitalizing neighborhoods,
fostering economic growth and creating affordable sustainable housing.

Insurance Requirements Overview

GENERAL INSURANCE PROVISIONS

For a comprehensive description of NEF's insurance requirements, both during and after construction of the Project, please refer to the insurance specifications below. The Project's Sponsor should direct the insurance agent/broker to the NEF, Inc. web site for an explanation of the following types of insurance coverage, if applicable or required:

  • Property, including Loss of Rents for any occupied units and Boiler & Machinery
  • Flood/Windstorm/Earthquake insurance
  • General/Excess Liability insurance
  • Worker's Compensation (for employees on the project site)
  • Builder's Risk, including insurable soft costs
  • General Contractor's (plus any separate contracted subcontractor's) Liability
  • General Contractor’s Payment and Performance Bond
  • Architect's Professional Liability
  • Environmental Consultant's Professional Liability
  • Property Manager's (GP Affiliate Manager) Fidelity/Crime, Workers Comp, and General/Excess Liability
  • Special project coverage
  1. ALL INSURANCE CARRIERS MUST BE AT LEAST A.M. BEST RATED A VIII
  2. All Project insurance policies, certificates and binders must name the following legal entities:
    1. The name of the operating entity (the “Partnership”) that legally owns the Project (either as an LP or LLC) must be listed as the "Named Insured". If it is a Master Program, then the Partnership must be listed as an “Additional Insured”.
    2. National Equity Fund, Inc. and, as applicable, either NEF Assignment Corporation, as nominee, its beneficiaries, successors and assigns, or the Investment Fund, its successors and assigns, must be listed as an "Additional Insured". Other “Additional Insured” may be required at the request of Insurance Risk Management.
  3. All Project insurance policies must have 30 days' notice of cancellation, except for non‐payment of premium, in which case, ten (10) days' notice must be given.
  4. The Certificate Holder's rights of direct notice must be listed as "National Equity Fund, Inc."
  5. Each Certificate or Binder must set forth the name of a producer and his/her email address and telephone number.
  6. Prior to closing, NEF’s insurance consultant will deliver an insurance protocol to the Sponsor and other parties to the transaction that identifies all applicable Named Insured and Additional Insured parties.
  7. To assure the proper insurance placements and documentation, it is important to provide these guidelines to the licensed insurance producer securing coverage on behalf of the Partnership.
  8. CERTAIN INVESTORS MAY HAVE ADDITIONAL INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS. SEE LINKS TO ADDITIONAL JP MORGAN CHASE REQUIREMENTS BELOW.



Please forward Certificates/Binders to the following:
National Equity Fund, Inc.
c/o Traxler & Tong, Inc.
P.O. Box 98
Sausalito, CA 94966

For additional information, please contact:
Sam Jensen 
Insurance Consultant 
Traxler & Tong, Inc.
sam@traxlertong.com 
415-755-4085

Cherita Perry 
Insurance Risk Manager
National Equity Fund, Inc.
cperry@nefinc.org
312-619-5192

INTAKE FORM

Please complete the insurance intake form and submit via email. Detailed submission instructions are provided on the form.

INSURANCE SPECIFICATIONS

Construction
Permanent 
Assisted Living

INSURANCE SPECIFICATIONS FOR JP MORGAN CHASE

Construction
Permanent 

OTHER DOCUMENTS

Identification of Legal Interests--Closing Certs
National Flood Insurance Program
Architects: Sample Certificate of Liability
General Contractors: Sample Certificate of Liability

Key Contacts

Developers

For assistance with development questions of NEF properties:

See Staff Directory