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Old 08-21-2013, 03:29 PM
 
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Even with the increase that actually sounds like a really good rate. I wonder if the newness of the home helps significantly. Which company, if you don't mind me asking?
My insurance provider is Kemper but I go through an insurance agency which deals with several major insurance companies. I have been using them for the past 2 years and needless to say, they got me very good rates, if not the best and their service has been exceptional to say the least (at no charge to us). They provide comparative quotes from several companies with coverage details and you can choose what best suits your needs....I can DM you the name of the agency if you want.
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Old 08-21-2013, 04:37 PM
 
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I currently live in Fl on the coast in a hurricane and flood zone with a pool. (No aggresive dog though) Texas may be a discount for me? I am just trying to get a feel for what my premium might be once I relocate.
Didn't realize there was no $value but it is a percentage. Thanks

Texas has a wind and flood pool also but only in certain counties/zip codes. McKinney would not be one of them. However, no matter where you live in Texas there is something that will cause a claim. It is not "if", it is "when"...similar to Florida. If you move to the coast of Texas, the rates will be similar to Florida, but here in North Texas, you may actually get a little bit of a break.
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