How much does homeowners insurance cost?
For 2017, the average price for a 12-month Home policy from $604 in Utah to $2,006 in Louisiana ($50-$167/month). Your price can depend on the type and age of your home/roof, your location, and more.
Average cost of homeowners insurance by state
Average monthly price: $69
Twelve-month average: $828
States included: Arizona, Delaware, District of Columbia, Indiana, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Utah, Washington, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.
Why these are the most affordable states
Favorable weather: Most of these states aren't coastal, which means they aren't as susceptible to extreme weather conditions.
Lower home values: The median home values in these states will be typically less than other states, which means lower dwelling coverage amounts and equates to lower home insurance rates.
Cheaper construction costs: Building materials are generally more affordable in these states.
Average monthly price: $97
Twelve-month average: $1,162
States included: California, Georgia, Kentucky, Illinois, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia.
Why these states rank in the middle per cost
Fairly favorable weather: This group of states usually won't be affected by catastrophic weather as often as high-cost states.
Higher home values: The median home values in these states are generally greater than those in low-priced states, which means more dwelling coverage is needed.
Average monthly price: $125
Twelve-month average: $1,498
States included: Alabama, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Massachusetts, Kansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Oklahoma, and Texas.
Why these are the most expensive states
Severe weather issues: Tornadoes, hurricanes, and hail are usually more common in these 10 states, making them the biggest risks from a home insurance perspective.
---- This article is retrieved from Progressive Website
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