Will my homeowner's insurance rates be affected if I stop bundling?

I renewed my car insurance policy through State Farm since I recently bought a home and wanted to bundle. Now, another company is offering a better price for auto insurance, but I don't want to lose the bundling discount. What should I do?

Bundling your home and auto insurance is a great way to save money, so you have the right idea!
To find how dropping your car insurance policy will affect your homeowner’s rate, you’ll need to talk to State Farm. An agent can typically give you an idea of how much your bundling discount is saving you.
Since you’ve already found a car insurance quote you like, you should also see what the cost of home insurance will be with them.
From there, you can determine whether having two separate policies or one bundled policy with another company would be the cheapest option.
If you’d like help finding the cheapest car and home insurance quotes fast, try the Jerry app. A licensed broker that offers end-to-end support, Jerry gathers customized quotes, helps you switch plans, and will even help you cancel your old policy, all for free.”
Sophie Newman
Answered on Sep 23, 2021
Sophie Newman is a writer from California. Her hobbies include brewing her own kombucha, riding horses, and taking long road trips.

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