Homeowners Insurance

Homeowners Insurance Quotes

With Atlas Insurance Brokers, you’ll work with an experienced, independent agent that’ll help you find quality coverage and great rates by comparing homeowners insurance quotes from up to 30 top insurance companies. We’ll handle the comparison shopping, so you can sit back, relax, and find great insurance without the hassle of contacting dozens of insurance companies.

Allstate
American Modern Insurance Group
ASI
Chubb
Encompass
Foremost Insurance Group
The Hartford
Hippo
The Main Street America Group
Nationwide
Progressive
Pure Insurance
Safeco Insurance
State Auto Insurance Companies
Travelers
West Bend

Homeowners insurance in Arizona

Homeowners Insurance Coverage

  • Personal Liability Covers bodily injury and property damage you or a resident family member cause to another.
  • Dwelling Covers physical damage to your home and attached structures.
  • Other Structures Covers physical damage to other structures on your property, not attached to your home.
  • Personal Property Covers furniture, electronics, clothing, and other personal property.
  • Loss of Use Covers the cost of alternative living arrangements if your home is unlivable due to a covered loss.
  • Scheduled Property Covers theft of jewelry, guns, and other collectibles that have a limit of coverage on a standard policy.
  • And More There are many coverage options available. We’ll help you choose.

Home Insurance Discounts

  • Multi-policy
  • Pay in full
  • Claim-free
  • Automatic payment
  • Protective devices
  • Roof rating
  • Education
  • Occupation
  • And more

Common Questions

Do I need home insurance?

Unlike auto insurance, home insurance isn’t required by law. If, however, you have a mortgage or another type of loan on your home, the lender will require coverage. Even if you own your home outright, it’s important to have adequate personal liability limits and coverage for catastrophic losses.

How do I keep home insurance costs down?

Increasing your deductible is a simple way to help keep insurance costs down. A deductible is the amount of any loss you agree to cover before insurance begins to pay. So, raising your deductible from $1,000 to $2,500 lowers your premium because you agree to retain more risk.

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