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Home Insurance in St George, Utah

DO I REALLY NEED HOMEOWNER'S INSURANCE?
Yes. A paid homeowner's insurance policy (or a paid receipt for one) is required at closing, so arrangements will have to be made prior to that day. Plus, involving the insurance experienced St George real estate agent early in the St George home buying process can save you money. Insurance experienced St George real estate agents are a great resource for information on St George home safety and they can give tips on how to keep insurance premiums low.

WHAT STEPS COULD I TAKE TO LOWER MY HOMEOWNER'S INSURANCE COSTS?
Be sure to shop around among several insurance companies. Also, consider the cost of insurance when you look at homes. Newer St George homes and St George homes constructed with materials like brick tend to have lower premiums. Think about avoiding areas prone to natural disasters, like flooding. Choose a St George home with a fire hydrant or a fire department nearby.

IS THE HOME LOCATED IN A FLOOD PLAIN?
Your St George real estate experienced St George real estate agent or lender can help you answer this question. If you live in a flood plain, the lender will require that you have flood insurance before lending any money to you. Work with an insurance experienced St George real estate agent to construct a policy that fits your needs.

WHAT OTHER ISSUES SHOULD I CONSIDER BEFORE I BUY MY HOME?
Always check to see if the house is in a low-lying area, in a high-risk area for natural disasters (like earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, etc.), or in a hazardous materials area. Be sure the house meets building codes. Also consider local zoning laws, which could affect remodeling or making an addition in the future. Your St George real estate experienced St George real estate agent should be able to help you with these questions.

Data is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed accurate by the Washington County Board of REALTORS®.
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