Six Ways to Lower Your Homeowners Insurance
The cost of homeowner’s insurance is one of those unavoidable expenses that comes along with owning a house. How much you’ll pay for insurance varies depending on your location and the age of your home. It can feel like a big expense, but knowing you’ll be reimbursed if something happens to your most valuable investment can be priceless. Plus, your mortgage company may require that you keep a certain level of homeowner’s insurance as well. There are typically four parts to a normal homeowner’s policy you’ll see on your quote that you should make your agent explain to you.
3rd Make sure you are getting every discount available. Its important to deal with an insurance agent that knows how they can get you all the discounts you qualify for. I’ve personally seen when reviewing quotes other agents have prepared sometimes $300-600 dollars’ worth of savings left on the table and shake my head. Make sure if you’ve upgraded your roof, windows, security systems, smoke detectors, etc you let the agent know too, so they can apply those for you. Jones Family Insurance always has you get a 4pt and Wind Mitigation Loss inspection. The savings you get is way more than the $250 you spent on the report.
Matt Jones, Owner of Jones Family Insurance