Need for Homeowners Insurance Has Increased, InsureMyHouse.com is providing solutions
October 15, 2009 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsSince 2003, InsureMyHouse.com has been teaching consumers the basics of homeowners insurance and providing agents with a cost effective way of marketing their insurance business. In addition, they provide homeowners and future homeowners with a national insurance agent directory sorted by state and zip code. When someone searches their city and state and selects the zip code an agent has registered, the agent is the only one who appears. Now the consumer can work directly with their agent and the agent can build a rapport with their potential customer. This has become a great advantage for the insurance agent that deals with insurance lead companies who sell leads to multiple agents. By the same token the consumer is getting free advice from an insurance professional, which is much better when insuring your most valued asset, your home.
Contract activity for pending home sales has risen for six straight months, a pattern not seen in the history of the housing index since it began in 2001 according to the NAR. The affordability of buying a home has become even greater for buyers that would usually not be in the market. Many buyers are turning to the advantage of low home values before they see prices start to rise again and the American family is tightening up their budget and finding ways to save money. They are turning to their cable bill, phone bill and yes their homeowners insurance. In addition the new tax credit for home buyers is expiring in the next couple months. All of this bodes well for insurance agents who are finding help with an effective website.
InsureMyHouse.com's approach is much different and more effective than your typical lead service company. With over 100,000 monthly visitors to the network they have become a great opportunity for the insurance agent. Agents can learn more about registering their zip codes by visiting their FAQ section at www.insuremyhouse.com/faq.html.