Try Standard Casualty. I know in the past they wrote in Florida, not sure if they still do. Here is their web address: http://www.stdins.com/. If that does not work, try asking mobile home dealers - they have some other sources as well.
Hi! My husband and I grew up in Evansville and so the insurance question is a signifacnat one in comparison. It is hard to narrow down but I would say count on at least 2 1/2 times what you pay in Louisville. It is contingent an many factors that vary widely here from exact location of the home, proximity to a flood zone, the age and the hurricane standards that the house may or may not meet. We also personally carry flood insurance even though we are not in a flood zone. If the roof is breached and "flooded" from rain, we want coverage. For us that is and extra $250 a year. In a flood zone it will be required and signifcantly more. Hope this helps. If you have more specific questions, I would recommend calling Prudential insurance- Tim Wise (850)932-0846... more
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As in most areas, homeowners' insurance rates vary widely depending on the size, location, age, and construction of a particular property. Therefore, it would be unwise for anyone to give you an estimate of homeowners insurance rates without knowing the the type of property you're interested in, or where it is located in Pensacola. For example, properties located in close proximity to waterfront should have much higher homeowners' insurance rates than properties located in more norther parts of Pensacola or Escambia County.
If you have a particular property or area of town you're interested in, please email or call me and I can have a reputable, local insurance representative provide you with quotes.
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