How much do car insurance brokers make on a policy?
I hired a broker to help me find a good deal for car insurance. I ended up buying liability and comprehensive coverage. How much did the broker make from the sale?
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Answered on May 31, 2021
“Brokers make money off of commissions by selling car insurance policies. Depending on state regulations and the type of insurance policy the broker is selling, they typically make around 2% to 8% of premiums.
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