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June 16, 2004, 06:26 PM

Does anybody know how USAA's rates compare to other companies?

I'd like to make as few phone calls as possible.


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June 17, 2004, 09:31 AM

Always had USAA for car/bike/renters, so when we bought a house went with them as well. Didn't shop around much because we knew we would go with them, but they are of course a lot cheaper than anything the mortgage company will try and offer you. Think we're somewhere around $320-350 for the year? Can't remember exactly off the top of my head, but that sounds about right.
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June 17, 2004, 11:38 AM

Allstate wanted about $500 yr. for my townhouse, but I went with State Farm at around $450 yr. Plus I get a huge discount on the cars with the multiple policies.
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June 17, 2004, 04:32 PM

Allstate can't be beat - especially if you own an old home.



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June 18, 2004, 09:27 AM

Originally Posted by hOrM
Allstate can't be beat - especially if you own an old home.
Disagree - State Farm is the way to go! I got better coverage for cheaper than Allstate. I had Allstate for YEARS and when I started checking around, they were on the expensive side.

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June 18, 2004, 10:55 AM

As a contractor of many years and having handled more claims than cc's of your bike...the winner is...State Farm. Their bike and car prices are the cheapest...the customer service is spectacular. Trust me...I'm the guy that went to them for money to fix your house. USAA always set the benchmark, they did, howvever, slip a few years ago and were financially unstable, making it difficult to settle claims. Just a footnote...on a CBR 929 I pay $276/yr full coverage and $100 deductable with State Farm.
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