Homeowners insurance on a $150,000 home costs $1,294 per year, on average. Learn about the factors that affect home insurance costs.
Flood insurance can cover your home and its contents after flood damage. Learn more about common exclusions, like mold or sewer backup unrelated to flooding.
Homeowners need different levels of coverage depending on their home, belongings, assets, and more. Here’s how to calculate how much you need.
Understanding the average cost of homeowners insurance can help you build this expense into your budget.
Choose home repair insurance for a worry-free homeownership experience. Compare the best home warranty companies to find a plan that fits your needs.
Make sure you’re not paying more in property taxes than you need to. Check out Insurify’s guide to available tax exemptions and discounts in Florida.
Looking for a home warranty? Check out Insurify’s list of the best home warranty companies.
Renters insurance can cover the cost of replacing your personal belongings in case of damage or theft. Learn more.
An HO-4 policy can protect you and your belongings if you rent. Learn more about renters insurance to see if an HO-4 policy is right for you.
Depending on where you live, you may have well or city water as your home’s water supply. Learn which is better for you.
Explore costs, location, and property-specific questions for first-time homebuyers. Learn about the property’s finances, home condition, and neighborhood factors.
If you have home insurance, it’s important to understand how insurers pay out claims. Learn more about home insurance settlements and how they work.
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Many states have Fair Access to Insurance Requirements (FAIR) Plans to provide home insurance as a last resort for property owners who can’t find coverage in the voluntary insurance market. But rising rates and shrinking markets in states across the country are driving many homeowners to view their states’ FAIR Plans as the first-choice option for home insurance.
Florida’s proposed 2024–2025 fiscal year budget includes more than $500 million earmarked for relief measures for Florida homeowners grappling with rising home insurance costs.