A Property and Casualty (P&C) agent or broker (also known as a producer), is a licensed insurance and financial expert who helps their clients manage risk and provide financial safeguards for property (car, home, jewelry) and casualty (legal liability) against possible damage in the future.
The easiest way to get licensed is to purchase a package below.
A P&C agent’s average salary is between $40,000 and $60,000 per year. This can vary by state, company, and specific job responsibilities. There’s also room to grow into managerial positions or account managers where the earning potential is much higher.
Passing the NYREI property and casualty insurance test won’t just prepare you to be a P&C agent. It also prepares you to work better within a business and as a real estate agent or broker. You will meet all the requirements to navigate the complex world of catastrophes and payouts within the business world.
The Property and Casualty license test requires dedication to the course and dutiful studying to pass. 90 hours of classwork are required before one even takes the exam. Luckily, with NYREI, you will have ample opportunity to take practice exams until you feel confident in your ability to pass the exam.