How is homeowner's insurance calculated?

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How is homeowner's insurance calculated?

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  • Homeowner’s insurance is not legally required, but most Canadians invest in it anyway.

  • Your rate will depend on your net worth, salary, home location, and many other factors.

  • There are different homeowner’s insurance packages for those looking to save money as well! So do your research to find the one that fits your needs.

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Ryan Severance
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Ryan Severance

Ryan Severance is a professional freelance author and the owner of American Scribe LLC. With degrees in political science and socio-legal studies, he writes about business, politics, and law for clients around the world.

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