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Florida Leads the Nation in Home Insurance Costs

Phil Hall
Mar 07, 2018
Florida’s home sales ended December on a down note, according to new data from Florida Realtors

When it comes to home insurance, homeowners in Florida are paying much, much more than residents in the other states.
 
According to a new study from Insurance.com, Florida homeowners pay an average of $3,575, which is 191 percent higher than the national average of $1,228. Other states with higher-than-average home insurance costs are Louisiana ($2,979, or 143 percent higher), Oklahoma ($1,265, or 116 percent), Alabama ($2,314, or 88 percent) and Mississippi ($2,290, or 83 percent).
 
As for the state with the lowest home insurance average, that’s Hawaii with an average of $337, or 73 percent below the national average. Runner-up to Hawaii is Vermont, with an average of $589, or 52 percent below the national average.

 
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