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According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the 2014 estimated population in Plano was 278,480 people, which makes it the ninth most populous city in the state of Texas. It is located mostly within Collin County, but with a small portion of it that extends into Denton County.
When you visit Plano, you will see why Areavibes, Forbes, and CNN Money magazine all agree that this town offers amazing opportunities for families. In fact, Forbes has reported that Plano as the safest city in America!
You can look forward to safe neighborhoods, mild winters, affordable housing, cheap home insurance, and low taxes here in Plano.
Getting cheap home insurance quotes in Denison, Texas comes down to factors like these:
For starters, you should know the average property values for your area. As of 2016, the average home value here was $286,100. How about your home. Any idea of how much it will cost to protect?
How much does your home cost? Since the average home here is about $286,100, you can see that it will probably cost less to insure in Plano than some of the more expensive homes in Texas.
How much would it cost to rebuild your house? That will depend on what your home is made of.
What are the crime statistics for your neighborhood? Thankfully for you, with a crime rate of only 21.40 crimes per one thousand residents, it is much lower than average rate. In fact, the chance of becoming a victim of either violent or property crime in Plano is 1 in 47.
Areavibes.com tells us that the rate for property crime is 19.75 per one thousand population. This includes motor vehicle theft, arson, larceny, and burglary. As you can imagine, this will affect your home insurance rates depending on what Texas zipcode you live in.
What weather conditions pose a threat?
- Plano has a high risk for tornadoes. It averages about 3 tornadoes per year that have caused zero deaths annually.
- On the other hand, it is in a low-risk hurricane zone. 1 hurricane has been recorded since 2000. The most recent hurricane was Grace in 2003.
- Heavy rains can cause flooding from the Rowlett Creek & Cottonwood Creek in the flood plain areas.
- Plano, Texas has a very low earthquake risk, with a total of zero earthquakes since 1931.
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How close is your home to a fire department? Plano has 326 full-time firefighters in the 13 emergency stations that are scattered through out the area. You can Google them to find out how close you will be. Remember that the closer your home is to a fire station, the more you can save on your home insurance. Close proximity to firefighters means faster response times in the case of a fire.
Rest assured that your agent will help you to get the necessary liability, fire and dwelling coverage for your home.
How can InsuranceHub save you on your home insurance quotes?
Our agents are trained to seek out every possible discount available to you. We also have access to a database of all the top insurance carriers in the country, such as:
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By starting the Plano 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.
Things to do & see in the Plano area:
- Granite Park
- Bob Woodruff Park
- Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve
- Courtyard Theater
- Cox Playhouse
- Amphitheater at Oak Point Park
- Plano Station, Texas Electric Railway
- Heritage Farmstead Museum
Finally we provide free homeowners quotes in the following zipcodes:
75023, 75024, 75025, 75026, 75074, 75075, 75086, 75094, and 75093
If you have made “the safest city in the US” your home then contact the InsuranceHub team for an affordable homeowner’s quote in Plano today.