The cost of your house insurance coverage to the insurance company in the event of a claim is estimated by taking into account certain elements of your property (such as its size and location, the age of the roof, whether or not you have a pool, etc.) and your insurance premiums and rates. Really, it makes sense logically. Insurance providers must first determine how much it will cost them to rebuild and/or repair your special home before they can determine how much a homeowners policy will cost you. Fortunately for you, each business determines that figure in a different way, which gives rise to variations in estimates.
Homeowners in your zip code may have submitted more claims than those in the zip code next door, according to one carrier, costing them more money. The contrary may have been true, according to another carrier. The size of your residence may be a better indicator of your level of danger to one carrier than any other. Another person might give your married status greater weight. You don't have to accept a lifetime of high premiums just because your family needs a certain number of bedrooms or because your commute to work makes a certain zip code more desirable. You should get a number of estimates for home insurance and choose the best one that works for you and your home.