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Homeowners insurance doesn’t need to be confusing. Compare rates by city and company below.
Homeowners insurance is an optional — but important — product that works to keep your belongings safe in the event your house or property suffers damage from common incidents. A home insurance policy covers your dwelling, personal property, and other buildings in the event of a variety of circumstances, such as wind damage, fire, theft, vandalism, and more.
Unlike auto insurance, home insurance isn't priced based on state-level legislation. That said, there are major differences in home insurance rates on a state-by-state basis. Home insurance prices by state may vary depending on the value and number of homeowners policy claims made across the state, and depend on the value of the belongings and home insured on the policy.
The easiest way to find cheap home insurance in Oklahoma is to shop around and compare rates from multiple insurance companies. Learn more about typical homeowners insurance rates in Oklahoma via the below data. Remember: your rates may differ, depending on your coverage limits.
Rates for home insurance in Oklahoma can vary depending on the insurance company you use. Farmers offers the most affordable home insurance in Oklahoma — only $2,371 yearly. This compares favorably to the state average cost of $4,053, offering a $1,681 price cut on average policy costs statewide.
Start looking for home insurance by checking out the cheapest Oklahoma carriers, listed below.
|Company||Average 12-Month Rate in Oklahoma|
|Oklahoma Farmers Union||$2,929.91|
Home insurance rates in Oklahoma vary by city. Policy pricing depends on city-specific variables like the number of homeowners claims filed nearby, lending your ZIP code plenty of weight in deciding how much you pay.
The cheapest home insurance rates in Oklahoma are available in Bartlesville. In Bartlesville, the typical home insurance policy costs $3,455 per year — $597 less than the average Oklahoma rate. The below cities have the most affordable home insurance in Oklahoma.
|City||Average Annual Home Insurance Rate|
If you want to save on homeowners insurance, consider purchasing your homeowners and car insurance policies from the same company. A home and auto insurance bundle in Oklahoma can lead to substantial savings on auto insurance. Purchasing bundled policies in Oklahoma leads to a yearly discount of $154.
|Avg. 12-Month Auto Insurance Rate (No Bundle)||Avg. Yearly Auto Insurance Rate (Bundle)||Annual Bundle Savings||Bundle Savings %|
One of the best ways to save on auto insurance is to bundle policies. Compare rates today!
Looking for insights on homeowners insurance in a specific city? Check out our analysis of major Oklahoma cities:
Yes - GEICO provides homeowners insurance in the state of Oklahoma.
Oklahoma is in the unfortunate position of being at a high risk for many different perils, including tornadoes, wildfires, flooding, earthquakes, and hailstorms. Because of the higher likelihood of a claim needing to be filed, many insurers have raised premiums across the state.
Even though Oklahoma does not require homeowners insurance, it is highly recommended that you carry it. What's more, if you have a mortgage, your lender is likely to require it as a part of your lending agreement.
Oklahoma encounters an estimated 285 earthquakes every year, meaning Oklahoma residents should consider an insurance policy that covers earthquakes.* However, this coverage doesn’t come standard in home policies. Earthquake coverage comes as an endorsement to your home insurance policy, covering damage resulting from land movement.
Aftershocks are another serious concern when it comes to earthquakes. They can be severe and often cause damage for days after the initial event. Luckily, having this coverage means that you pay a single deductible for damage from the initial earthquake as well as any resulting aftershocks within a period of 72-hours.
*Source: United States Geological Survey (https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/browse/)
A tornado can hit with precious little warning. There isn't much that can be done to prepare and the effects can be devastating. It's vital to protect your home against tornadoes in Oklahoma, which averages 65 twisters per year.*
Tornado damage is typically caused by wind, so verify your home insurance policy includes windstorm protection, which comes standard in most homeowners policies.
Wind protection covers the exterior and overall structure of the building. Depending on your policy type, you may find that interior damage is only covered when it occurs as caused by exterior damage, like a tree branch breaking a window. Also covered are detached structures, generally up to 10% of the home’s insured amount. Bear in mind that other damages brought about by the storm may not be covered by insurance. For example, if the storm that produced the tornado also causes flooding that damages your home, those damages won't be covered unless you've previously added flood insurance to your policy.
*Source: NOAA's National Weather Service (https://www.spc.noaa.gov/gis/svrgis/)
Fire coverage comes standard on most homeowners policies in Oklahoma.If a fire destroyed your home,your insurance company would cover the damage to your property up to your policy limits. The prevalence of wildfires inOklahoma reinforces the importance of sufficient homeowners insurance: 9% ofOklahomahouseholds are in danger of suffering wildfire damage. In fact,745, 097of the state's acres fell victim to fires in the state in 2018.* Wildfires may not be covered by insurance: consult our guide for details.
In addition to covering damages — up to your policy limits — your homeowners insurance could pay for your additional living expenses if your home is uninhabitable. Damage that occurs via arson — or fire-related damage to a vacant home — will not be covered by a homeowners insurance policy.
*Source: Insurance Information Institute (https://www.iii.org/fact-statistic/facts-statistics-wildfires)