What is the average cost of renters insurance in Boston MA?
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The answer completely depends on where the property is, how big it is, and all other kinds of actuarial data that insurance companies use. It is usually less expensive than both auto and homeowners in the same area. Best thing you can do is pick up the phone and call a few companies. If you don't kn…ow you're renting yet, just make up something similar to what you want to rent to get a ballpark number. Insurance agents can give you a quote in five minutes. Call more than one, but if you are comparing, make sure it's for the same coverages and deductibles. ( Full Answer )
Answer No true averages because each state sets it's own insurance standards for the insurance companies to charge.
Answer . \nHi. Don't know when the question was posted (may be a good idea to date them), but here goes...\n. \nMassachusetts doesn't have a Step 20. Steps start at 15 and go down to 9, one step for each year of 'safe' driving.\n. \nThey do it backwards so they can pretend they're not chargin…g you. Instead of taking your premium and adding $ for each ticket or accident, they charge everyone a high amount, and then give 'discounts' based on how many steps you are below 15.\n. \nEach step has a 7% effect on the compulsory rates, and a 5% effect on collision. In other words, they take away your discounts.\n. \nFor the first ticket, they love to say there's no surcharge. But they take away your 'discount' (1 point's worth) so you're paying more anyway.\n. \nThis lasts for 6 long years. If you get another ticket for anything within that time, then you get surcharges as well as losing your discount. Probably costs you $350 per year for six years.\n. \nMinor violation (speeding), 2 points. Minor at-fault accident (under $2k), 3 points. Major at-fault (above $2k) 4 points, Major traffic law violation (OUI, etc) 5 points. ( Full Answer )
"Auto insurance will vary greatly on many factors: make/age of vehicle, safety features (airbags, etc), age and driving record of the individual, with possible discounts for being a homeowner. It will also depend upon if you are requesting liability only vs. full coverage. It's difficult to quote an… average without knowing specifics." Answer According to data from the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC), the average cost of car insurance in the U.S. was $795 in 2007. When compared to average costs by state, however, it's clear that location can make a big difference. For example: New York: $1,047 Texas: $808 California: $800 The average car insurance price assumes that all insured vehicles include liability coverage, the minimum auto insurance requirement in most states, but does not reflect the total of liability as well as collision and comprehensive coverage -- because not all auto policies include all three coverage types. The NAIC reports that states with greater premiums tend to be highly urban -- with higher wages and price levels -- and possess a higher traffic density. Other factors that affect the cost of insurance include: auto insurance laws, labor costs for repairs, car-theft rates and liability coverage requirements. ( Full Answer )
There are a lot of variables that come into play when determining the premium. The replacement amount of the home, Personal Property replacement cost Vs Actual Cash Value, Age , Make and protection of the home, location of home, your loss history, deductible, and the list goes on. Figure $850 as a v…ery loose ballpark. ( Full Answer )
$150.00. Does this help you? There are far too many factors that gointo computing an insurance rate to answer on a forum like this. Toproperly compute an insurance rate you need: Year, make, model,serial number, dob of insured, all drivers information, allhousehold residents information, drivers lic…ense numbers, socialsecurity numbers, driving records, accidents or claims records,prior insurance carriers, garaging address, vehicle usage, etc.There are far too many factors that go into figuring insurance so aquestion like this can't be answered here. ( Full Answer )
According to this website (http://hr.cch.com/news/benefits/120506.asp):. "COBRA costs in the 2006 survey averaged $9,914 per year, 19% higher than two years ago."
Around 30 dollars a month, but keep in mind that this does not include things like mileage, driving record, credit score, moving violations. This price could be a minimum 15 dollars less or more depending on personal circumstances.
The average cost for car insurance is around 1500 dollars a year.The cost will vary depending on driving record, make and model ofcar and other factors.
In North Carolina, $25,000 in coverage will run anywhere between $75.00 to $150.00 per year depending on the deductible, construction type (frame or brick), and zip code.
Well, it doesn't much matter how much it costs; I am, and have been paying contributions for the "National Health Scheme" in the UK for forty odd years, and have used it once only.. Seems to me I am in credit with them (as are probably most of the people) so with this in mind, why should we need in…surance; isn't our contributions insurance enough.. If not, then a refund is required, probably to donate to BUPA...... ( Full Answer )
\n. \nMonthly premiums average anywhere from $12 to $50 for one person, according to the National Association of Dental Plans
There are too many variables to provide an answer here. The best way to find out is to contact a local agent or agency and ask for quotes or at least a ballpark estimate. I recommend you this site where you can compare quotes from different companies: insureinfo.us
There are too many variables to provide an answer here. The best way to find out is to contact a local agent or agency and ask for quotes or at least a ballpark estimate.
RENTERS INSURANCE Policies available to those who rent a dwelling; usually covers personal possessions and liability, but not the dwelling itself.
Premiums for home insurance varies widely from state to state. Itdepends on the amount of coverage. However, for basic coverage, thecost will start at about $75 per month.
The average cost of utilities will depend if they are all electricor electric and gas. Electric will run around 150 dollars to 200dollars. Gas will be 75 to 100 dollars a month. This also dependson whether you will be running air or not.
Some landlords may require you to carry tenants insurance in order to rent. If they don't it is still a very good idea to have it and very inexpensive.
The best way to find out is to contact a local agent or agency and ask for quotes or at least a ballpark estimate. There are too many variables to provide an answer here. I recommend you this site where you can compare quotes from different companies: insureinfo.us
There are too many variables to provide an answer here. The best way to find out is to contact a local agent or agency and ask for quotes or at least a ballpark estimate.
The best way to find out is to contact a local agent or agency and ask for quotes or at least a ballpark estimate. There are too many variables to provide an answer here. i recommend you this site where you can compare quotes from different companies: insureinfo.us
The best way to find out is to contact a local agent or agency andask for quotes or at least a ballpark estimate. Rates vary widelyfrom company to company so be sure you shop around.
Depends on where you live, but for $30,000 of property coverage $100,000 liability and 1% deductible you are looking at $15-$20 per month. AAA usually has the cheapest renter's insurance rates backed by A+ rating. I have seen their rates go as low as $7-$10 per month
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The best way to find out is to contact a local agent or ask for several quote comparisons online and ask for rates or at least a ballpark estimate from licensed providers in your area. There are too many variables to provide an answer here but most policies on average are less than $20/month. If you… combine your auto insurance and renters policy with the same company you can save another 5% ( Full Answer )
The best way to find out is to contact a local agent or agency and ask for quotes or at least a ballpark estimate. There are too many variables to provide an answer here. A loose ballpark could be $20 - $25/mo I recommend you this site where you can compare quotes from different companies: mycheapi…nsurance.net ( Full Answer )
A typical renter's insurance policy in WI can be expected to be between $100 and $200 per year. From there, the exact cost will depend on a multitude of variables, such as the total size of the policy, the policy deductible, and the apartment's address (the crime rate of the area will also be a fact…or; identical policies will cost more in areas with a higher crime rate. You most likely will be able to save money on your policies by bundling the policies---which simply means going through the same agent/insurance company for multiple policies like your car insurance . Currently I also save a significant amount of money for my renter's insurance policy... By having my parent's go through the same agent/company they currently have for their homeowner's insurance, their two vehicle's policies, and two motorcycle policies. The policy is under my name and my address. As far as billing, my policy is technically under my parent's billing statement so I pay my parents for the cost of my policy and they pay the insurance company. [Disclaimer: Our insurance agent knows of this---it was actually him , our agent, who had originally suggested putting my policy under their account because the bundle discount it be cheaper. Our agent knows this and even suggested we do it, so we're violating there are no legal or ethical guidelines. I recommend you this site where you can compare quotes from different companies: insureinfo.us ( Full Answer )
Oct: 0.1" Nov: 0.6" Dec: 12" Jan: 14.9" Feb: 11.8" Mar: 7.0" Apr: 0.3 Annual: 43.7"
Your renters insurance quotes do not depend solely on your region (Los Angeles) but a number of other factors, most importantly: which valuable items that you own do you want to insure with personal property coverage? Here is an informative article I found on how to find affordable renters insura…nce anywhere in the country: http://www.insuranceagents.com/free-renters-quotes.html ( Full Answer )
Renter's insurance rates vary by company and several factors influence the premium, those include: - type of coverage (any special coverages) - amount of coverage - deductible amount - your address, type of property - theft and/or fire prevention system - claims history - insurance score (based on… credit score) - available discounts - multi-policy discount for having auto & home with same insurer The lowest premium on renter's policy I came across was $98, but you need to check with your local agent to get exact quote. ( Full Answer )
The cost for renters insurance in Florida starts at as little as $10 per month, but depends on the amount of coverage, the type of property you are renting and other factors. You can check with companies like apartmentinsurance.com for a quote.
Anywhere from 10 to 25 dollars a month. Depending on how much coverage you have.
There is no simple answer to this because pricing for Disability insurance is dependent on so many different things: Gender, age, Occupation risk, Health, benefit type, etc. To provide an accurate pricing, it is safe to estimate between 1-5% of your annual income.
For new drivers (aged 17-20) Â£4000 For a person having 2-3 year No Claim Bonus - Â£2000
You cannot estimate premiums in a forum like this. There are far too many factors that go into rating insurance. I assume that you are the one renting and living in the property. If so what you need is a homeowners form HO-4 which covers your contents and liability. All homeowners insurance companie…s that I have dealt with in 23 years as an agent do not charge any more for having a pool or not. They do insist that pools have a legal fence and gate which is usually required by the State anyway. What you need is a four foot fence and the gate must be the kind where you reach over it to pull the latch. This is for the safety of children that are unsupervised and may wander into the pool area. Independent Agents represent several insurance companies and can shop for the best rates and coverage for you. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_much_does_auto_insurance_cost_for_a_16-year-old_girl#ixzz1X1MiCnW3 ( Full Answer )
$6.88 PSF NNN. Note that this is NNN so there will be expenses on top of this base rent, likely in the 2-3$ a foot per year range.
all depends on the location of the apartment and who you go with for renters insurance but you can pay as low has 9 a month or has high has 100 a month
Renters insurance is a form of homeowners insurance. The form is HO-4. I assume that you mean the policy that the person renting purchases to cover their belongings and liability. Most all homeowners policies offer a wide variety of deductible choices usually ranging from $250 to $5000. The higher t…he deductible you choose the less the cost of the policy because you are assuming some of the risk for small claims. Most insurance companies have or are moving to increase their minimum deductible to $500. Look on your declarations page on the front of the policy and it should tell you the deductible. ( Full Answer )
It is difficult to state what the average cost is. This is because insurance premiums in general, and this type in particular, differ based upon various factors. Some of them include: 1. The physical address of the apartment; 2. Whether it is a building with an attendant (such as a doorman); …3. The floor of the apartment if it is a multi-story building; 4. The type of lock(s); 5. The nature, if any, of the fire sprinkler system; 6. The insurance company involved. Since renters insurance covers primarily the contents of the apartment, a great deal of what the premium will be depends upon the contents of the apartment" furniture, jewelry, rugs, etc. ( Full Answer )
Home care insurance has a big range in average cost. This is because it can be a part of a health insurance policy or it can be a sepearate policy on its own. You must also consider if medicare would be involved as this could mean a lower cost.
Liability Insurance rates vary based on the type of policy such as Professional Liability, and General Liability each policy type is different so the ratings are different. The premium is also based on the carrier (admitted vs. non-admitted) and the carriers rating (A+, A, A-, B+, B-). Another facto…r is the type of business, gross receipts, payroll if any are some examples. If you would like to obtain a quote I can certainly assist you in that, you can message me on my profile if you are interested. ( Full Answer )
Reviews show that most customers for AA live in the United Kingdom and they pay less than 250 pounds a month for their insurance. That is approximately 402 US dollars.
The best way to find out the average cost of morgage insurance is to talk to a local bank. Another way is to go on websites that will have such information and determine the average cost.
By visiting the Liberty Mutual website, it asks you a series of questions about your household. Once you answer these questions, the website will give you an approximate quote of how much your renter's insurance should cost.
USAA Renter's Insurance covers all of a person's possessions in a rented apartment, house, or condo. USAA renter's insurance rates start as low as $12 a month for $2,500 in personal property coverage.
Car hire insurance is available from many different places in the Boston, MA area. Some examples of car hire insurance locations include AVIS and Hertz.
The cost of renters insurance at Progressive depends on an inventory of your belongings , the area you in which you live, your deductible and other factors specific to you. The average renter pays between $100 to $300 a year on renters insurance.
I believe that it is currently (year 2013) $5 - $10 per $10,000 of coverage.
The price of a renters insurance depends on various factors, like how much the seller wants for it and where the insurance is bought from. The average price lies around $110 a year, but this can increase up to $200 a year.
There is no such thing as an average home insurance cost. Everyhouse has it's own risk factors. The cost of home insurance is determined by many factors such asyour region, past weather history of your area, the owners creditrating, number of claims you have filed in the past, number ofclaims filed… on the home in the past, etc, etc, ( Full Answer )