Friday, March 2, 2007

Attention Virginia residents - for Homeowner's Insurance, Mutual Assurance is the only sensible choice

Consider this: I paid $180 this year to insure my 4 bedroom, 2,300 square foot home.

This is dirt cheap. Why so cheap? Because I belong to the Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia, whose colorful brochures include a map of Monticello, the estate owned by Jefferson, and the home of Oliver Wendell Holmes.

The 1st year's insurance is actually a little higher than what you'd normally pay. If I recall correctly, my 1st year's insurance cost around $500.

Since then, however, I've never paid more than $250. This year was the lowest rate ever at $180.

So, again... why so cheap?

Because like Vanguard, Mutual Assurance is a true mutual company: it's owned by its policyowners, and thus have incentive to charge fairly and keep rates down.

So, Virginia residents: Save yourself a fat wad of cash. Contact Mutual Assurance and see what they can do for you.


Anonymous said...

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Orthros said...

Thanks for stopping by CFS! If you have any ideas for topics, and if I'm actually knowledgeable on it, drop me a line or post it and I'll see what I can do.