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Premier Homeowners Insurance Video Web Ad

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Premier Homeowners Insurance is the online division of Moran Property & Casualty, located in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.  Ponte Vedra is located out at the beaches in Jacksonville, Fl.  This is where you will find our independent insurance agents working on solutions for customers locally and through out the Sunshine State.  We serve customers in areas like Miami, Tampa, Orlando, Jacksonville, and everywhere else in the state a consumer is looking to maximize coverage, while obtaining the best possible rate.  We offer all of the top A rated carriers you would want to insure your home, while offering outstanding support and personal service.  Check out Premier's newest home insurance video Web ad below:


If you are looking for a new insurance policy in Florida please give us a call today at 1-800-554-9142.  Working with one of the experts at Premier Homeowners Insurance will help alleviate an issues or fears you might have in finding the best coverage for your home.  It doesn't matter whether you are a new homeowners or just looking for a better rate on an existing policy, we recommend giving us a call so we can complete a free analysis of your current situation.  


by Morgan Moran


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State Farm approved to raise Florida home insurance rates 6 percent

Friday, September 28, 2012

Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida – State Farm Florida Company is the third largest insurer of houses in the state.  It looks like their rates are going up again!  On average, State Farm rates in Florida will go up by  6 percent this year.  If you have a home insurance policy with State Farm, it might be time to start shopping again to find a better rate.  If you want to compare all of the top rated carriers in Florida, give us a call today at 1-800-554-9142 and we will make it easy for you to find a policy that saves you money.

State Farm has been increasing their rates steadily in Florida since 2009.  This is the fifth rate increase that was approved by the state in the last three years.  In many instances, State Farm clients will also have to review higher deductibles for their Florida home insurance policy.  It looks like some of the out-of-pocket expenses for claims will be rising from $500 to a minimum of $1000 on the majority of homes insured by State Farm.   This increase was recently approved and posted by the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation.

We all have been following Citizens Property Insurance their proposed rate increase of 10 percent.  Citizens, the largest insurance company of homes in Florida, are looking for creative ways to make the Florida marketplace better.  We will see what the state and Citizens comes up with in the near future for FL homeowners. 

State Farm initially asked for even higher rates in Florida, asking for a 15 percent increase in premiums on average.  Have you received your letter of increase from State Farm yet?  If not, I’m sure it will be on the way very soon.

Florida homeowners insurance rates have been skyrocketing over the past several years.  Many of the reasons include, inflation on the costs to rebuild houses, increases in re-insurance premiums and a “hurricane history that has proven this to be a very unprofitable market for property insurance, “ said Lynn McChristian, the Institute’s Florida representative.

It doesn’t matter whether you have State Farm, Citizens, or any other carrier in Florida.  We can help you save time and money when it comes to insurance.  Give us a call today for a FREE policy analysis, 1-800-554-9142.


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Florida Sinkhole Problems

Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida homeowners insurance customers, along with most Floridians, are trying to get  insurance reimbursements for the massive sinkhole problems.  Many state lawmakers are considering measures to punish fake claims and try to ensure that home insurance policy proceeds are used to repair properties that really need the work. 

Many local and state authorities are increasingly concerned that a huge portion of the house owners pursuing sinkhole claims are using the insurance payments to pay off mortgages, rather than make fix their homes. In addition, local authorities say, some homeowners are getting their home appraised at a lower value due to the unrepaired damage, damaging all of the neighborhood prices and tax bases.

Florida sinkhole claims are on the rise and have truly increased dramatically since the early 2000′s. Most worry that this will  lead to huge rate increases for homeowners broadly and could weaken some of the smaller insurance companies that we need in the state. 

Statistics show that the average closed sinkhole claim in Florida exceeds $135,000, according to a November report by insurance regulators in Florida. Data compiled by regulators and county tax authorities indicate less than half the $1.3 billion paid out by insurance companies over the past four years has been used to plug sinkholes or shore up foundations.  The Florida sinkhole problems continue.  Please give us your feedback on this situation.


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