Citizens Florida Homeowners Insurance

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Are you currently insured with Citizens Insurance in Florida? Have you been told Citizens Insurance is your only option for Florida homeowners insurance? If you are looking for alternatives to Citizens Insurance, for your Florida homeowners insurance, you’re in the right place. Statewide Insurance represents the top Florida homeowners insurance companies actively writing in Florida. If anyone can find a way out of Citizens Insurance for you, it’s us. We are an independent homeowners insurance agent located in Central Florida and we provide alternatives, to people insured with Citizens Insurance, throughout the state of Florida. No matter what situation got you into Citizens insurance, we can usually get you out.


Citizens Wind Mitigation Inspections

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If you are currently insured with Citizens Property Insurance and lost wind mitigation credits due to a re-inspection by Citizens, you may be eligible for a new inspection by Citizens. Citizens has announced that they will reinspect homes free of charge if you dispute the initial findings of their wind mitigation inspection. It appears they will honor this for those that have had their Citizens inspection completed in the last 12 months.

You may also be eligible for a new inspection if you have upgraded your home against storm damage and may now qualify for wind mitigation credits.

The wind mitigation inspections can substantially decrease your Florida homeowners insurance premiums. In order to get the credits you deserve you must contact your agent to verify the accuracy of your policy premium or give us a call and we will review your policy and wind mitigation inspection for you.


Citizens Homeowners Rate Filing

Citizens has filed for a 26.6% rate increase on their Florida homeowners insurance policies and a 447% increase on their sinkhole coverage. They also filed for a 12.2% increase for their coastal wind exposures. You can email with your thoughts on this or visit the Office of Insurance Regulation at We will keep you posted as things progress.