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Florida Homeowners Insurance Quotes
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Home insurance rates in Florida
Average Florida home insurance rates in March were approximately $1128.00 which have decreased since February when rates were around $1136. Average rates in the area reflect premiums on new policies sold by HomeInsurance.com in Florida. For a full list of premiums by state visit our RateReport.
Don't worry, even though average Florida homeowners insurance rates fluctuate, there are still more ways to save on your home insurance. For example, insurance experts recommend that homeowners shop coverage at least once a year to get the most savings. Discounts are another great way to lower your Florida homeowners insurance premium.
Here are few discounts you can ask your agent about:
- Nonsmoker: Save up to 20% if no one in your household smokes.
- 55 or older, retired: Save up to 20%.
- Home and Auto Bundle: By simply keeping both your home and auto coverage with one provider, you could be rewarded with up to a 20% discount.
- Security system: If you have a monitored security alarm in your home you could save up to 10% on your home insurance premium.
Talk to a licensed home insurance agent to see if you are eligible for these discounts and others. Keep in mind that discounts vary by provider.
See recent Florida homeowners insurance quotes
|Home 1||Home 2||Home 3||Home 4||Home 5|
|Premium with Auto Discount||$1,603†||$1,193†||$221,000†||$859†||$1,399†|
|Lot Size||16,117 Sq Ft||20,037 Sq Ft||10,019 Sq Ft||13,365 Sq Ft||21,780 Sq Ft|
|Square Feet||1,907 Sq Ft||1,549 Sq Ft||1,747 Sq Ft||1,787 Sq Ft||1,830 Sq Ft|
|Discounts|| || || || || |
|Primary Heat Source||Central Electric||Central Electric||Central Electric||Central Electric||Central Electric|
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Standard Florida Homeowners Insurance Coverage
Here's what is typically included in a standard homeowners insurance policy:
- Personal Liability Protection: Offers help with legal expenses and potential awards if someone is injured on your property and plans to sue.
- Medical Payments: Helps pay the medical expenses of someone other than you or a family member who is injured on your property. This can be used in situations where no lawsuit is filed.
- Dwelling: This will help repair or replace your home in the event it is damaged or destroyed by a covered peril.
- Other Structures: A standard Florida homeowners insurance policy would include this coverage for structures on your property besides your home such as a detached garage or fence that are damaged by covered perils.
- Contents/Personal Property: Protects the personal property inside your home including electronics, clothing, furniture and more.
- Loss of Use: If your home becomes inhabitable from a covered peril, Loss of Use coverage will help pay for accommodations and living expenses.
How will your homeowners coverage fair in Florida's storms?
The Sunshine State is infamous for unpredictable weather, particularly of the hurricane variety. As Florida homeowners, you are most likely well aware of hurricane season and how to prepare your home if it's being threatened. However, you should also be sure your home has the proper insurance coverage.
Standard Florida homeowners insurance policies typically cover wind damage from hurricanes but when the waters start rising you could be in trouble without a separate flood policy. Standard home policies don't provide coverage for flood damage and because of this, Florida residents should seriously consider purchasing a flood policy through the National Flood Insurance Program. Not sure if your community lies on a flood plain? Check here.
Florida is also home to another natural phenomenon – sinkholes. Usually sinkholes are classified with earthquakes as earth movement and are not covered by standard home insurance policies. However, in the state of Florida insurers are required to offer sinkhole coverage because they are so common. If you aren't sure sinkholes are covered in your policy, talk to your home insurance agent.
For additional information about specific Florida homeowners insurance laws and regulations, visit the Florida Department of Insurance website.