Homeowners are encouraged to keep their policy limits up to date
Most Missouri consumers know that homeowners insurance covers the house they live in — the structure itself. But it also covers most of your possessions, including electronics, furniture and clothing. And it covers them even while they’re somewhere else for a short time — like the trunk of your car. It also provides liability coverage, protecting you if someone gets hurt on your property. And it covers your additional cost of living if your home becomes uninhabitable due to an unforeseen event. This page provides consumers with more assistance as they try to find policies for new homes or replacement coverage.
- Homeowners Insurance guide
- Basic information needed when buying or using your homeowners coverage.
- Homeowners insurers, by county
- For your county, retrieve the list of active homeowners insurers and their contact numbers.
- Companies offering earthquake insurance
- Top 20 homeowners insurance companies writing policies for new customers.
- Home inventory checklist
- Creating a list of your possessions will help you file an insurance claim in case of theft, fire or other damage.
- Frequently asked questions
- FAQs about homeowners insurance.
- Glossary of terms (categorized)
- Frequently used terms about auto, homeowners, workers comp and other insurance.
- Consumer Complaint Index
- Companies with the highest and lowest consumer complaint rates.
- Credit history use
- How the ten largest homeowners insurers use credit history.
- Severe weather or catastrophic events
- Preparing for severe weather or catastrophic events.