From An Agents Prospective 5/22/2013

This year seems to gone by without any incident so far in 2013. No major hail, no crazy wild fires, well at least not yet. Last year in Colorado, we had a ton of hail and wild fires. Property Insurance companies lost Billions of dollars, homes were destroyed, and people were displaced.

As an indirect consequence, a lot of consumers opened up their home insurance renewals this year, only to see insurance has gone up. For some people, it went WAY up. Especially for people who live in Colorado Springs. Some homeowners saw their premiums double. This is due to the inevitable fact, that the cost of these claims eventually gets passed onto the consumer.

I am hoping we can dodge a couple of bullets this year. The Colorado Property Insurance  market has become incredibly hard for insurance companies to figure out. This is not only due to losses in the Calendar year of 2012, but also previous years.

Lets pray that we get no more wind, hail and wild fires this year. In the long run this will be good for consumers. This is so they don’t keep seeing their pocket-book hit each year, with extra cost in Homeowners insurance.

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