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Before we talk insurance, did you know these facts about this city?
- Nacogdoches is the county seat of Nacogdoches County, with a population of 33,894 as of 2015
- Texas’ largest Azalea garden is found here
- The median household income here is $22,700, and the median family income is $37,020
- There is evidence of a settlement here that dates back to 10,000 years ago? Now you know why it is named the “Oldest town in Texas”
- The first and oldest Oil well in Texas is here
- It recently tagged itself as the “Capital of the Texas Forest Country”
- Nacogdoches has been named “Best Historic Venue” by Texas Meetings and Events magazine
- It was nominated as one of the “Friendliest Towns in America” by Rand McNally and USA Today
Getting cheap home insurance quotes in Nacogdoches depends on factors like these:
There were 12,329 housing units here as of the 2000 census. Did you know that the average home value in Nacogdoches is $125,200? Do you know the current value of your own home?
How much does your home cost? The own value of your home is an important factor in your home insurance quote.
How much would it cost to rebuild your house? Make a list of any extra upgrades that your home has. Share these with your agent.
What are the crime statistics for your neighborhood? Sadly, with a crime rate of 39.04 crimes per one thousand people here, it is 32% higher than the national average. Your chance of becoming a victim of either violent or property crime in Nacogdoches is 1 in 26. Areavibes.com tells us that the rate for property crime is 35.81 per one thousand population which includes motor vehicle theft, arson, larceny, and burglary.
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What weather conditions pose a threat?
- Nacogdoches has a moderate risk for tornadoes. It averages about 2 tornadoes a year.
- It is in a moderate risk hurricane zone. Five hurricanes within 150 miles have been recorded since the year 2000. The most recent hurricane was Ike in 2008.
- Heavy rains can cause flooding from the LaNana and Banita creeks in the flood plain areas.
- Nacogdoches has a very low earthquake risk, with a total of 16 small tremors within 30 miles since 1931.
How close is your home to a fire department? It is understandable that home can burn to the ground very quickly. That is why the closer you live to a fire station the odds are the SAFER your home will be. Thankfully, there are 7 fire stations here. You can google them to find out how close you will be. Your agent will help you to get all of the necessary liability, fire and dwelling coverage for your home.
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By starting the Nacogdoches home insurance quote form or by calling our agents, you will have the opportunity to speak to a homeowners insurance specialist that will help you to get the best rates possible for your home. They will ask you a few simple questions to help you to get every possible home insurance discount available to you. They will also explain how you can save up to 25% by combining your auto policy. This means you get the best insurance coverage value at the best price.
The top employers in Nacogdoches:
- Pilgrim’s Pride
- Stephen F. Austin State University
- Nacogdoches Independent School District
- Nacogdoches Memorial Hospital & Nacogdoches Memorial ER
- Etech, Inc.
- Nacogdoches Medical Center
- City of Nacogdoches
- Nacogdoches County
- Foretravel Motorcoach
Don’t forget to check out these things to do and see in Nacogdoches:
- Texas Blueberry Festival
- Mast Arboretum
- Millard’s Crossing Historic Village
- Old Stone Fort Museum
- Historic Downtown
- Sterne-Hoya house
- Oak Grove Cemetery
- Zion Hill First Baptist Church
- Ruby Mize Azeala Garden
- Durst Taylor House
- Camp Tonkawa
- Stone Fort
- Old University building
If you have made “the oldest town in Texas” your new home, then contact our team for an affordable homeowners quote in Nacogdoches today.