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Homeowners Insurance in Cedar Hill, Texas
Southwestern Insurance is committed to helping every client get quality insurance benefits that will protect them in all parts of their lives. If you are a homeowner, or are embarking on the journey of buying your first home, then you must adequately insure the property with a home insurance plan that is customized to fit your precise needs.
So, choose us as your local homeowners insurance agency, and you’ll get access to a network of top-rated policies. We’re here to help you sift through the myriad of policy options on the market to find you the perfect coverage solutions.
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Common Homeowners Insurance Questions
What is home insurance?
Your home represents one of the most important and expensive investments that you will ever make. That value alone is worth protecting, and homeowners insurance will help you do so.
You never know when a hazardous event—a house fire, break in, severe storm—might occur in your home, cause damage and put you in a very tricky situation. You will want to make the necessary repairs to your property without a huge financial strain, however. Homeowners insurance will pay your recovery costs on your behalf. That way, you can rest assured that you will be able to move on from life’s challenges without costing yourself an arm and a leg.
What does home insurance cover?
Homeowners insurance policies offer a diversity of benefits, each designed to offer targeted protection for a diversity of unexpected, unavoidable issues. These include:
Structure protection: This insures your house in the event of damage from fires, weather, theft, vandalism or other hazards.
Detached structures coverage: Other buildings on your property – such as fences, carports, gazebos and detached garages - will have coverage.
Possessions insurance: This pays for damaged belongings. Protection might cover everything from furniture to food in the pantry and computer systems.
Liability coverage: If you accidentally harm someone else or damage their property, you can use this coverage to repay them. Coverage will often pay for incidents both on and off your property.
Additional living expense protection: Do you need to move out temporarily after household damage? Let this coverage reimburse you for expenses like dining or hotel bills.
Plus, because your home is unique, you can further tailor your benefits with more unique options like:
We will always customize your plan to your advantage by helping you tailor your deductibles and overall coverage limits.
How much home insurance should I have?
The state of Texas doesn’t require homeowners to have a homeowners insurance policy. However, if you have a mortgage, your lender may require proof of insurance. Even though it isn’t required by law, having a policy can protect you from paying significant expenses if an accident occurs in your home. If you are a homeowner, getting coverage is something you should consider.
How much home insurance do I need?
Most mortgage lenders require homebuyers to purchase homeowners insurance before they will approve loan applications. Generally, they will require you to obtain at least enough dwelling coverage for your home’s replacement cost value.
Regardless of any coverage requirement, however, you should always carry this benefit as part of your comprehensive personal insurance package.
How many home insurance claims is too many?
Insurance companies may decide to raise a homeowner’s insurance premium if they file multiple claims within a short amount of time. Your agent can help you understand your insurer’s practices regarding homeowners insurance claims and premium increases.
What does home insurance cost?
Multiple factors could influence the cost of your home insurance, including:
The value of the home
The home’s location
Our agents are committed to helping clients get the customized policies that are perfect for them. That’s why we’ll work one-to-one with you to determine the best ways to get your home the coverage it deserves, but at prices you can afford.
How far back do insurance companies look?
One of the criteria insurers use to set premiums is your claims history. Insurers may use the Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange (CLUE) database to gather information about your past claims. This database may include information about the past seven years’ worth of your auto and homeowners insurance claims.