RealCare Insurance Marketing, Inc.

Insurance for the Members of California Association of REALTORS ® (C.A.R.)

RealCare Insurance Marketing, Inc. is the only endorsed insurance broker of the California Association of REALTORS®.

We focus on providing unique insurance solutions to REALTORS® in the following categories:

  • REALTORS® Errors & Omissions
  • Business Insurance
  • Health & Life Insurance
  • Auto/Home/Renters

RealCare is a part of NFP, an insurance broker and consultant that provides employee benefits, property & casualty, retirement and individual private client solutions through its licensed subsidiaries and affiliates. Our relationship with NFP allows us to leverage the size and scale of a national firm while remaining independent and flexible. Our clients benefit from large firm resources, yet experience small firm service.

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Recent News & Updates

Covered CA predicts 2019 increases

On Thursday May 17th Covered CA released estimates of the individual health plan premium increases for 2019.  The organization estimates that premiums will increase by 11%, while enrollment in the exchange will drop by 12%.  For 2018 increases were, on average 12.5%. With the elimination of the federal requirement to buy health insurance starting in 2019, some of the healthy population is expected to drop...

Tax Penalties Still Apply for 2018

Covered California Health Coverage - Important Information You may have questions about the federal tax law that was just passed this week. Benefits related to consumer's Covered California coverage, including financial help to reduce monthly premiums, has NOT changed for 2018. Also the penalty for not having coverage remains in effect for 2018 coverage. The only change is the tax penalty will no longer be...

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Ope Enrollment 2018 - Update 8-20-17

According to the National Association of Health Underwriters (NAHU) Newswire, states are preparing for worst case scenarios regarding 2018 Open Enrollment.  On its website, CNBC (8/20, Coombs) reports that state health insurance regulators have been optimistic about the prospects for ACA enrollment in 2018, but they “are now bracing for the worst-case scenario – that the fate of key health insurance subsidies will remain in...