Protecting your big-ticket purchases is be a top priority. After all, you have worked hard all your life so that you can provide your family a safe home to live in, as well as a car to move them from one place to another. You make sure to protect these investments by taking out insurance policies. But did you know you can save a lot of money by bundling those policies together?
Let’s say you have an existing homeowners insurance in Monroe, Georgia. Then you recently made a car purchase. Make things easier for your life by contacting your agent and ask about bundled insurance.
It’s the same idea as bundling your internet and phone bills. You get to save money because the bundle costs less when compared to signing up for individual services with different companies.
Well, the same concept applies to insurance. When you take out several insurance policies from the same company and bundle them together, the company will reward you with a cost savings.
The reason for the savings is the lessened underwriting costs for the insurer. This makes room for them to pass on the savings to you.
There is also the added benefit of a more simplified life. All the monthly bills are in one place. There’s only one number to call when filing a claim. There’s no need to open a lot of bills and make a payment through different portals.
In some cases, you can save as much as 10 to 15% off of your premiums!
So how do you find the best deal on a bundle? Well, the smart move is to shop around and get a few quotes on their bundled home and auto insurance policies.
If this is the route that is best for you, we can help.
To get your own quote, drop us a line today!
(770) 867 – 1964
Shawn is the CFO and Co-Founder of Signature Insurance Group. In addition to his being raised in a family whose involvement in the insurance industry stretches back six generations, he has personally been in the business since 1999.
Shawn enjoys spending time with his wife, Holly, and three sons, Braxton, Hudson, and Maddox.
Shawn can be reached at Shawn@SIGWinder.com.