4 Surprising Home Insurance Credits That Help You Save

Homeowners Insurance

The Federal Reserve puts the median cost of homeowners’ insurance at $744 per year, but insurance costs can range from as low as $300 per year to as much as $1,000 per year. Your home’s condition, geography and weather all influence costs. While you can’t do much about certain home hazards, such as a floodplain location or tornado zone, you can tackle other hazards that cause a higher premium. These four issues represent potential homeowners’ insurance credits that you can earn with just a little bit of work and upfront…

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