5 Reasons to Work with an Independent Ohio Homeowners Insurance Company

DUNLAP HAY INSURANCE AND FINANCIAL SERVICES | June 20, 2018

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For starters, the weather is relatively mild year-round, with fewer earthquakes, tornadoes, and floods than other areas. According to the Insurance Information Institute, the average insurance premiums are only $763 annually in Ohio, compared to the national average of $1,096. The size of your house and the state it's in the will, of course, influence your rates. However, because Ohio is such a competitive insurance state, why not see how much it would cost you to get covered? It may surprise you how affordable it is.

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