Texas Homeowners’ Insurance Rates Drop to Number Two

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That headline is misleading, because homeowner insurance rates for Texans have actually risen, again, as always. The tiny sliver of good news for us is that Florida homeowner rates have risen even further than Texas, so we have temporarily lost our long-held position as the state with the highest insurance rates in the nation. I have written about this several times before, as it is one of my pet peeves. Yes, we do have unpredictable weather and occasional natural disasters in Texas. But so do most of the other 49 states.

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