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Home Insurance

These are standard components of a homeowners insurance policy:

  • Personal Property
  • Personal Liability
  • Living Expenses
  • Medical Payments
  • Dwelling

Renters Insurance

These are standard components of a renters insurance policy:

  • Personal Property
  • Personal Liability
  • Living Expenses
  • Medical Payments
  • Dwelling

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homeowners insurance

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It’s your home, protect it and live comfortably with more money in your pocket. We help homeowners save 15-30% on average.

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Benefits to homeowners

Gain peace of mind knowing your home and property are protected. Focus on more important things, such as your family and career.

  • Cover damage to the home and most attached structures.
  • Cover stand-alone structures, such as a fence or shed.
  • Helps pay living expenses while your home is being repaired.
  • Pays to repair or replace stolen or damaged belongings.

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Insights and assistance

Homeowners Insurance FAQs

Home insurance is a type of insurance that protects your home and personal property against damage or loss caused by various risks, such as fire, theft, and natural disasters.
There are several types of health insurance plans including HMOs, PPOs, POS plans, and catastrophic health insurance plans.
A deductible is the amount of money that an insured person must pay before the insurance company starts to cover their medical expenses.
An out-of-pocket maximum is the amount of money an insured person will be responsible for paying for covered medical expenses during a given period of time. In most cases the timeframe is typically one year.
A pre-existing condition is a health condition that an insured person had before they enrolled in their current health insurance plan.
An in-network provider is a healthcare provider who has contracted with an insurance company to provide services to its members at a discounted rate.
An HSA is a tax-advantaged savings account that can be used to pay for medical expenses. It is available to people who are enrolled in a high-deductible health plan (HDHP).
Yes, you can purchase health insurance on your own through a healthcare marketplace such as ours or through an insurance broker.
Open enrollment is the period of time each year when people can enroll in or change their health insurance plans.

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) provides individuals and families greater access to affordable health insurance options including medical, dental, vision, and other types of health insurance that may not otherwise be available.

Under the ACA:
  • You may be able to purchase health care coverage through a state or federal marketplace that offers a choice of plans.
  • Insurers can’t refuse coverage based on gender or a pre-existing condition.
  • There are no lifetime or annual limits on coverage.
  • Young adults can stay on their family’s insurance plan until age 26.
  • Seniors who hit the Medicare Prescription Drug Plan coverage gap or “donut hole” can get a discount on medications.