Establishing a solid credit history can cut your insurance costs.
Insurers are increasingly using credit information to price homeowner’s insurance policies. In most states, your insurer must advise you of any adverse action, such as a higher rate, at which time you should verify the accuracy of the information on which the insurer relied.
To protect your credit standing, pay your bills on time, don't obtain more credit than you need and keep your credit balances as low as possible.
Check your credit record on a regular basis and have any errors corrected promptly so that your record remains accurate.
We invite you to let our agency give a no-obligation review your current policy.