Average Home Insurance Premium by State

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Homeowners Insurance StatisticsData
Average time between each homeowner insurance claim9 years
Average premium savings for every $1,000 increase in deductible$120
 StateAverage Annual Premium
1Florida$2,280
2Oklahoma$1,572
3Louisiana$1,483
4Arkansas$1,014
5Kansas$1,004
6Texas$986
7Missouri$949
8Alabama$933
9Minnesota$926
10Mississippi$907
11Nebraska$887
12West Virginia$875
13Kentucky$874
14Georgia$833
15Tennessee$801
16Connecticut$799
17California$795
18Colorado$795
19Indiana$781
20Illinois$760
21South Carolina$679
22Maryland$645
23Wisconsin$644
24Montana$640
25New Jersey$638
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 StateAverage Annual Premium
26North Carolina$631
27Delaware$629
28Iowa$624
29New York$622
30Pennsylvania$621
31Ohio$621
32Nevada$584
33New Mexico$582
34New Hampshire$581
35Virginia$570
36Washington$569
37Arizona$559
38Vermont$556
39Oregon$484
40Utah$441
41Idaho$405
 WyomingN/A
 North DakotaN/A
 South DakotaN/A
 MichiganN/A
 MassachusettsN/A
 Rhode IslandN/A
 MaineN/A
 AlaskaN/A
 HawaiiN/A
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Statistic Sources & References
Sources: Statistic Brain Research Institute, Home Insurance LLC
Content Author: Statistic Brain

Date research was conducted: May 1, 2017

Average Home Insurance Premium by State

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