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Homeowners insurance in the US
From 2004 to 2013, tenants and household insurance in the US has increased by 16.5%, as shown in the consumer price indices. In 2010, homeowners multiple peril insurance in the US recorded a net premiums written of $61.303 billion, an increase of $3.623 billion or 6.28% compares to $57.680 billion in 2009.

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Homeowners insurance average premiums

According to U.S. Census Bureau, 63.9% of housing units in the United States were owner occupied in 2012. West Virginia has the highest owner-occupied housing units with 72.3%, followed by Delaware(71.7%), Minnesota(71.6%), Iowa(70.8%) and Michigan(70.6%).
Based on NAIC 2011 data, average premiums for homeowners insurance is $978 in 2011, a 7.6% increase if compares to average premiums of $909 in 2010. Florida is the most expensive state for homeowners insurance with an average premiums of $1,933, followed by Louisiana($1,672), Texas($1,578), Mississippi($1,409) and Oklahoma($1,386). Whereas Idaho is the cheapest state for homeowners insurance with an average premiums of $518, followed by Oregon($559), Utah ($563), Wisconsin ($592) and Washington($626).

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