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Tips to Help You Save on Homeowners Insurance

Purchasing the homeowners insurance that is right for you and your home can be confusing, especially for first-time buyers. By learning the basics on how to get the most for your money, you can save on your homeowners insurance and feel confident you have adequate coverage. For money saving opportunities, follow these tips that lead you in the right direction when you purchase your homeowners insurance.

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Raise your deductible. Companies generally have deductibles (what you pay before your insurance policy kicks in) starting at $500 or $1,000. By choosing a higher deductible, you'll have lower annual premium payments.

Consider how much insuring a new home will be. The age of your home may qualify you for savings because plumbing, heating and electrical systems of newer homes have lower risks than outdated systems. Construction of the home (brick versus wooden frame) can affect your cost as well, depending on your home's location. Also, if you live near your local fire department, your homeowner’s rates might be lower than if you are many miles away.

Insure your home, not your land. Since homeowner’s policies don't provide protection for your land, it would be a waste of money to include its value as part of your dwelling coverage, which should only reflect the price it would cost to repair or replace your home's structure.

Package, Package, Package. Insure your car and home with the same company. You can save money if you have more than one type of policy with the same insurance company. The more good business you give the company, the more valuable you are as a customer.

Improve home security and safety. If your home has certain types of fire alarms, burglar alarms, locks or smoke detectors, you've reduced your risk and may qualify for a credit.

Stay with one carrier. If you keep your coverage under one insurer for several years, you may be offered a discount from the company. The longer you are a customer, the more money you will likely end up saving.

Compare the limits in your policy to the value of your possessions at least once a year. If you make any major purchases or additions, you want to ensure they will be covered without spending more than is necessary.

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