Is it better to have car insurance and home insurance with the same company?
I've heard often enough that I should bundle my car and home policies to get better prices. Is this true?
Apr 19, 2021
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Answered at Apr 19, 2021
“In many cases, yes, it’s cheaper for you to have car insurance and home insurance with the same company. This is because most companies offer a multi-policy discount to their policyholders.
Depending on the company and your coverage level, these discounts can range from as little as five percent to as much as 15%. So be sure to shop around and compare rates to get the best deal.”
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