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Old 09-22-2022, 01:15 PM   #141
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Had my roof replaced and the premium went up from 1300 to 3300. Dropped them and found a new one for 1400 using a broker. Simple for me and a new roof for 7k.
Now since I have a new roof, wouldn't I have been a better risk client for my former insurance company going forward, but not lots of logic there.
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My HOA's policy is going up 25% -lowest increase the broker could find for us. My condo policy only went up 7% but was already paying a premium to be with a sound company (USAA).
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I haven’t seen an increase on my home yet, but my friend who lives in a fire area near L.A. had his homeowners insurance leap from $8k to $23k this year and he can’t find anything cheaper. I think insurers are recouping their losses from the last few years and setting up for rapid climate change.
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Old 09-23-2022, 03:52 AM   #144
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Very location dependent. Mine went up a fraction over 2% this year.
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