Allstate California homeowners insurance opens the door for new policies

Allstate California homeowners insurance opens the door for new policies

Santa Clarita Allstate insurance agent Kimberley Ellison is sharing this vital information with her community. California homeowners insurance policies have become an important focus for an Allstate insurance agent in the Santa Clarita area.  Kimberley Ellison and her staff are thrilled with the widespread return of the comprehensive Deluxe Plus Homeowners coverage among many zip codes. They are taking extra care to educate local residents to ensure their needs are met. Allstate insurance has brought homeowners coverage back to over 1,500 California zip codes. In May 2007, Allstate closed their…

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Fire insurance cost slash away at California real estate market wellness

Fire insurance costs - none on fire

Rising wildfire risks have made a dent in property values due to associated coverage expenses. Homeowners in California face rising fire insurance costs, cutting into the success of the state’s real estate market. Areas both prone to wildfire and those surrounding them are watching values shrink. As insurers continued to raise fire insurance costs and attempted to step out of areas most prone to wildfires, the real estate market has taken a serious hit. Homeowners in the state have been watching the market cool due to the expenses linked with…

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Allstate intends to phase out Esurance auto insurance brand

Esurance Auto Insurance - goodbye sign

The insurer has revealed its plans to hang up the brand eight years after having first acquired it. Eight years after purchasing Esurance auto insurance and homeowners coverage, Allstate has decided to divest itself of the brand. According to Allstate’s chief exec, Tom Wilson, the insurer is making the preparations necessary to say goodbye to the brand. The insurer has decided to continue the sale of the policies while phasing out the brand name. Allstate will still be selling the same home policies and Esurance auto insurance coverage the brand…

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Texas homeowners insurance rates no longer highest

Texas Homeowners Insurance

The state may no longer be at the top of this costly list but this is great news for residents. According to recent statistics regarding Texas homeowners insurance rates – when compared with those in the other states across the country – are no longer the most expensive. This is a list that Texans are glad to hear that they are no longer leading. In fact, Texas homeowners insurance rates have dropped down to third place on the national list. This, according to the annual state rankings that have been…

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Natural disasters and insurance

Insurance industry outlook

Disasters have an impact on the insurance industry Natural disasters do not only affect a certain type of person; they also have an impact on the insurance industry. It can be difficult for people to see the impact that catastrophic events have on insurers due to a general disdain for the industry as a whole. The most common response an insurer has to natural disasters, however, in the long run it does raise rates. This is something that typically attracts a great deal of attention from policyholders of all kinds. Many…

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Homeowners insurance payments for Sandy damage approved

Going green can lower your insurance bill.

The victims of the superstorm will still have a wait, as the checks have been delayed for release. Almost $208 million in homeowners insurance claims payments have now been approved, in the form of approximately 6,600 checks, but they have yet to be released in order to assist those policyholders who are waiting According to Governor Andrew Cuomo, the checks are at the banks, but they haven’t been sent out. Cuomo explained that his administration is currently working with the banks in order to help to make sure that the…

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