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Montgomery County, MD Homeowners Insurance Quotes

If you own a home in Montgomery County, MD you are currently paying around $97.42 per month for a standard homeowners policy. A standard HO-3 policy normally coverages your home against windstorms, lightning and fire damage. In Maryland, your premium could be in the average rate range of $1169 per year. We like to help customers compare multiple home insurance rates all in one place. Our shopping process is a hassle free and we are here to help you review prices as well as coverage options that best fit your financial needs. You may want the lowest price but it is important to email or speak with us when it comes to cost versus coverage. Our consulting process if free and we can first review up to 12 major carriers with competitive rates in your area. Next, we can compare rate and coverage options. And last we can help you review enhanced coverage options like wind/hail or flood and include any homeowners insurance discounts that may apply to help you save more money on your home insurance needs.

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Montgomery County, MD Housing Demographics

With 971,777 residents living within the Montgomery County area there are over 375,905 homeowners looking for more affordable home insurance rates. Your homeowners policy is written to help protect your home and family. With an estimated 244,898 families living within the local area, it is safe to say that great coverage at an affordable price is most desired amongst every homeowner living in Montgomery County.

DemographicValues
Total Occupied Households357,086
Family Households (families)244,898
Average Owner Occupied Household Size3
Average Family Size3
Total Housing Units375,905

Montgomery County, MD Coastal Wind, Hail & Flood Information

For all homeowners living in Montgomery County (FIPS: 24031), it's important to understand that this county is in a coastal area and has great risk of damage due to hurricanes, windstorms, hail and flooding. The wind and hail insurance program provided through the state of Maryland is the states opportunity to help provide additional wind/hail coverage when insurance companies exclude it from homeowners and other policies sold to coastal residents. You can buy wind and hail insurance coverage through us and we will shop multiple companies to package the best coverage option for you. If you are shopping for quotes in Montgomery County, MD, it's important that you look into hurricane and windstorm insurance options.

Montgomery County, MD Home Insurance Average Premiums

Local Montgomery, MD homeowners insurance quotes comparison

$874 /yr.

Maryland's Average Home Insurance Rates Overall

For the state of Maryland, homeowners insurance premiums have changed based on a variety of different factors related to risk and is currently ranked 29 in the nation for highest premiums in the U.S.

Average RatingAnnual Premium
Minimum Range:$637 /yr.
Current Average Cost:$874 /yr.
Maximum Range:$1169 /yr.

Montgomery County, MD Coastal Wind, Hail & Flood Information

Montgomery is a coastal county which greatly increases the risk of hurricanes and windstorms. Our quoting process will include wind and hail coverage options to give you the best protection you need against high winds and storm damage.

Maryland Homeowners Insurance News & Information

  • Homeowners Below a 580 Credit Score Pay 35% More for Home Insurance Posted on Monday 15th April, 2024

    While the odds of a major disaster hitting a specific home is the same regardless of whether the owner has a great credit score or one that puts them in a subprime category, their credit score will impact their rate in many states.  In most states, insurers are allowed to consider credit scores when setting […]

  • The Best Way to Check the Financial Strength of Home Insurance Companies Posted on Wednesday 3rd April, 2024

    If you are switching insurance companies, you should always check the financial strength of any insurer you are seriously considering. While an affordable premium is always a plus, if your insurance company cannot afford to pay when you file a claim, the savings will certainly not be worth it.  A.M. Best is a credit rating […]

  • Florida’s Broward Commissioner is Asking Congress to Lower Insurance Rates Posted on Monday 1st April, 2024

    A bill in the U.S. House called the Natural Disaster Reinsurance Plan, hopes to lower insurance costs for policyholders in states that opt-in to the program which will scale back the requirements regarding the amount of reinsurance that insurance companies need to purchase.  Currently, a Broward commissioner is asking Congress to pass legislation he claims […]

  • North Carolina Coastal Home Insurance Rates Posted on Friday 29th March, 2024

    North Carolina is a fantastic place to live with plenty of cultural activities, beautiful beaches, world-class cities as well as great restaurants and shopping. The only disadvantage to living in North Carolina, particularly if your home is located in coastal area is the cost of homeowners insurance. The average premium for a standard homeowners insurance […]

  • How Do Renovations Impact Home Insurance? (2024 Guide) Posted on Friday 15th March, 2024

    Making renovations to your home can have a major impact on your insurance coverages as your risk profile changes. Adding square footage, putting in a swimming pool, outbuilding or upgrading your electrical may change the value of your home which could leave your underinsured.  Major upgrades such as adding square footage to your home or […]

Discounts For Homeowners in Montgomery County

As a homeowner, you have to understand that insurance companies see homes as a risk. If you can decrease any of the risk factors that will determine your premium, then it's best to follow these important guidelines in order to save money on your Maryland homeowners insurance.

  • Install A Smoke Alarm in Every Room: It's important you do this for your own safety, so why not install a smoke detector in every room. Show your home insurance company that safety comes first. Once you have them installed, shop for home insurance and mentioned you have taken the right safety precautions to reduce house fires. For homeowners in Montgomery County, this discount can save you up to 20% on your home insurance premium.
  • Combine Your Home and Auto Insurance Into One Package: Any home insurance provider is going to want your business. It's important you offer this opportunity to combine your home and auto insurance together in one package. You may want to also see if you can open up a life or health insurance account as well. Merging all your insurance into one company will save you money. Homeowners in Montgomery County that do combine their home and auto can save over $500 with this discount.
  • Install A Home Security System: Your home insurance company should reward you for installing a home security system, sometimes up to 22%. It's important that you take precautions and reduce the risk of someone breaking into your Montgomery County home. This will be one of the questions that you will want to ask your home insurance agent to see if you qualify for this discount. If you don't, make sure you shop other companies to get the "Home Security Discount"
  • Purchase A Fire Exstinguisher: Although smoke alarms provide warnings, it's best to be prepared. This may or may not provide any stand alone discount, but it shows your serious when it comes to reducing risk.
  • Stop Smoking: It's important to protect your health and your home. If you don't smoke or don't have anyone living with you that smokes then this can save you up to 18% on your home insurance premium.

Montgomery County Housing & Real Estate Data

Details:Statistics
Total Housing Units375905
Occupied Housing Units357086
Vacant Housing Units18819
Vacant Housing Units for Rent6592
Vacant Housing Units Rented Not Occupied587
Vacant Housing Units For Sale3648
Vacant Housing Units Sold Not Occupied959
Vacant Housing Units For Seasonal Occasional Use2377
Vacant Housing Units All Other Vacants4656
Housing Units Homeowner Vacancy Rate Percent2
Housing Units Rental Vacancy Rate Percent5
Housing Tenure Occupied Units357086
Housing Tenure Occupied Units Owner Occupied241465
Housing Tenure Occupied Units Owner Occupied Population677867
Housing Tenure Occupied Units Owner Occupied Averge Household Size3
Housing Tenure Occupied Units Renter Occupied115621
Housing Tenure Occupied Units Renter Occupied Population285010
Housing Tenure Occupied Units Renter Occupied Average Household Size2