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  • Bozz10mm

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    My home owner's insurance is now right at $1500 a year. Does not include any kind of personal injury liability insurance. It started at $900 annually in 2003. 1680 square foot home on 1 acre. How does that compare? Just think I've been paying way to much. I've been getting ads in the mail with estimates of about half that, but I think they are just baiting me.
     

    Brains

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    I'm at 1823/yr. for a subdivision house with a pool in Montgomery Co, so I probably shouldn't be complaining too much. Yet.
     

    oldag

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    My home owner's insurance is now right at $1500 a year. Does not include any kind of personal injury liability insurance. It started at $900 annually in 2003. 1680 square foot home on 1 acre. How does that compare? Just think I've been paying way to much. I've been getting ads in the mail with estimates of about half that, but I think they are just baiting me.
    High for that square footage.
     

    Fishkiller

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    Mine went up $90 (New bill is $764) which considering the rise in house value ain't too bad. One thing to watch out for on insurance is the smaller companies have a harder time absorbing losses, and one mantra of the insurance folks is "the good risks must help pay for the bad" So if you are with a company that mostly does business in Texas you are going to take it in the shorts. Look for a national player. I have Farmers and they are pretty good at holding the line.
     
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