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The average U.S. homeowners insurance premium for the second quarter of 2014 increased to about $829 annually, an increase of 2.1% from Q1. Despite the quarterly rise, however, Q2 rates remain down about 3.3% from the same period a year ago.
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Where do U.S. homeowners insurance premiums stand after the first quarter of 2014? That depends on your perspective. If you take the short-term view, the average cost of a year's worth of coverage increased to $810 in the first quarter – up a whopping .6% from the from the previous quarter. But if you prefer a longer view, the average fell 6.5% from the first quarter of 2013, when it was $864.
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Count home insurance premiums among the few necessities declining in price as 2014 begins. It's true: The average 12-month premium in the U.S. at the end of 2013 fell to $822, according to the HomeInsurance.com Rate Report. That average was about $900 at the close of 2012, about 9.5% higher.
What's going on with home insurance premiums is that they're going down. Nationally, the average 12-month premium at the end of the third quarter of 2013 dropped to about $848, according to the HomeInsurance.com Rate Report. That was down about 6% from the end of the first quarter. Average annual premiums have fallen every month since March.