Every single year, millions of people get their home insurance renewal quote through the post and open it with trepidation. Usually they’ll find that their insurance has gone up from the previous year, and are told that the insurance company have done everything they can to keep prices down but an increase in claims is to blame and there’s nothing they could do.

This is when the worst thing happens. The majority of customers simply shrug their shoulders, sigh at the extra cost and allow their policy to automatically renew, paying even more money than the year before.

It’s a well know fact that insurance companies tend to keep their prices lower for new customers, in an attempt to gain more business, but are not so good with their pricing structure for existing customers.

If you simply took the time to shop around, you’ll often find that you can save money, and usually you can save quite a lot. One of the biggest reasons people claim they don’t bother, is that they haven’t got the time to ring around trying to find a better quote, so that’s why we created Home Insurance Quotes.

We make beating your existing home insurance renewal quote easy, and it will take you five minutes at the most. Simply log onto home insurance quotes and fill in your details just once. We’ll then search the leasing home insurance providers on your behalf, and come back to you with their quotes, usually within 30 seconds.

You compare the quotes aimed at new customers, and at getting your business, compared with the quote aimed at the millions of customers who just accept the price and get on with it and we’re sure you’ll find you can save money moving elsewhere.

Simply buy the new insurance online, let your old insurance company know what they can do with their extortionate renewal quote and you’ve saved yourself a small fortune in no time at all.

If you do that with all your insurance policies, every single year you’ll end up saving a fortune, and the small amount of time it takes you to sort each insurance out is more than made up for by the amount of money you aren’t spending on insurance.

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