Homeowners Insurance Agents in Florida

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Florida is the second most populous Southern state after Texas.  Of the 19.6 million people in Florida, about 15 million live in coastal areas in the state.

The occasional extreme weather in Florida, which includes windstorms, hurricanes, and severe rain, requires you to be at your best as a homeowner, regardless of how well you maintain your home. Having homeowners’ insurance will protect you from large out-of-pocket expenses. It not only protects your home and possessions in the event of a fire, burglary, or other disaster, but it also provides liability coverage in the event that someone is injured on your property.

Contacting a local independent insurance agent to discuss your specific needs and find the best coverage for you is a good idea. An agent can assist you in comparing rates and coverage from various insurers and tailoring a policy that meets your needs while also protecting your home.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How much does homeowners’ insurance cost in Florida?

    Although Florida can be appealing to those who enjoy warm weather, living in the Sunshine State has its hazards, too. The average cost of homeowners insurance in Florida is $2,122 a year, or about $177 a month.

  • What does homeowners’ insurance cover in Florida?

    Homeowners insurance helps pay to repair or rebuild your home and replace personal property due to a covered loss. A typical policy would include loss from theft and structural damage from fire, leaks, water discharge, fallen trees, or as a result of a storm.

  • Is homeowners’ insurance required in Florida?

    Florida law does not require the purchase of homeowners insurance, but most people want to insure the largest asset they may ever accumulate – their home.

  • How to choose homeowners insurance in Florida?

    There are several factors to consider while choosing your home insurance. It includes:

    •  The home’s age
    •  Materials used to construct your home
    •  Cost of rebuilding the house
    • Your location’s fire rating
    • The location’s claim history
    • Your personal claim history
    • Deductibles and coverage limits
    • Your credit scores
  • Is homeowners’ insurance part of the mortgage in Florida?

    No, homeowners’ insurance isn’t a part of mortgage in Florida. Insureds generally make a single monthly payment to cover both their homeowners’ insurance premium and monthly mortgage payment, so some homeowners may believe their home insurance is included in their mortgage.

  • How much homeowners’ insurance do I need in Florida?

    At the very least, your homeowners’ insurance should include personal property insurance. This should account for 20% of your total dwelling coverage.

    So, if your home is insured for $300,000, your personal property should be insured for at least $60,000. The more valuable your possessions, the more property coverage you will require.

  • Who is the largest homeowners insurance provider in Florida?

    State Farm has a vast network of agents throughout Florida. The firm has the highest J.D. Power score (835/1000) and is supported by a high financial strength rating. Despite offering fewer discounts, they have strong endorsement programs.

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