We analyzed data from more than 150 insurance companies to help you find affordable home insurance in Indiana.
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On average, home insurance in Indiana costs $1,395 per year or $116 per month. Unlike car insurance, homeowners policies aren’t governed by state legislation. That said, major differences exist in homeowners insurance costs on a state-by-state basis. Policy prices in states may vary based on the total number and value of homeowners claims filed in that particular state, and depend on the value of the belongings and structures covered by the policy.
The easiest way to acquire a cheap homeowners insurance policy in Indiana is to get quotes from as many homeowners insurance companies as you can. Remember: your home insurance rates will vary, depending on your coverage limits.
Get an idea of typical home insurance rates in Indiana by reviewing the below data.
Homeowners insurance rates in Indiana will vary based on the insurance company you choose. Cincinnati Insurance provides the most affordable home insurance in Indiana, at only $932 annually. This compares favorably to the state's average cost of $1,395, providing a $463 price break on average policy costs statewide.
Get a head start on looking for cheap homeowners insurance by reviewing the cheapest Indiana companies, listed below.
|Insurance Company||Average Yearly Rate in Indiana|
|Indiana Farm Bureau||$1,038|
The amount of homeowners coverage you select has an impact on your insurance premiums. Homeowners in Indiana who carry $100,000 of dwelling coverage pay an average of $711 per year, while those with dwelling coverage of $400,000 pay around $1,716 per year.
|Coverage Level||Average Annual Cost|
Indiana homeowners have a lot of choices to make when shopping for a homeowners policy, including the amount of their deductible. A deductible is the amount for which a homeowner is responsible before an insurance company steps in to cover costs. Where you set your deductible can be a large factor in how much you pay for insurance.
On the whole, having a lower deductible means that your insurance premiums will be higher. As such, if you want lower insurance rates, aim for a higher deductible. It's worth remembering that your deductible should only be as high as you can reasonably pay if you actually suffer a loss.
The following table reveals the average rates associated with deductibles offered by most home insurers.
|Deductible Tier||Average Annual Homeowners Insurance Rate|
Home insurance rates in Indiana vary depending on the city. Rates are determined based on on city-specific variables like the number of claims filed nearby, meaning your ZIP code could have a major impact on how much you pay.
The best home insurance rates in Indiana are in Elkhart. The average home insurance policy in Elkhart costs $1,186 every 12 months — $209 less than the average policy in other Indiana cities. The below table shows the best places to live in Indiana if you’re looking for cheap homeowners insurance.
|City||Average 12-Month Home Insurance Rate|
Looking for data on homeowners insurance in a specific city? Check out our analysis of the most populous Indiana cities:
If you want to save on insurance, consider keeping your car and homeowners policies with the same insurance company. Bundling auto and homeowners insurance in Indiana can save you a substantial sum each month on your auto insurance bill. Bundling home and auto policies in Indiana could lead to annual savings of up to $147.
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This varies by company. Some will not insure your dog purely because of the risk they associate with its breed. Others will limit your liability coverage.
While state laws will not require home insurance, your mortgage or lender will require you to insure your home.
Regardless of cause, flood damage is not covered by homeowners insurance policies. To insure your home against flood damage, acquire insurance through FEMA's National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) or via a private insurer.
Flood insurance coverage from private companies may vary, but NFIP flood insurance covers:
If the value of your personal property and home exceeds these limits, consider purchasing a flood insurance policy from our partners at Neptune for additional protection.
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