No, homeowners insurance is not required in North Carolina unless dictated by your mortgage company. It is best to connect with a homeowner insurance specialist to talk about your homeowner insurance options.
Yes, auto insurance companies are regulated. However, regulation varies state by state. North Carolina is the most regulated state in the country. In contrast South Carolina has more of a free market approach.
Yes, you can change your auto insurance midterm. However, in the state of North Carolina there is a short rate cancellation fee which is around 10% of your premium.
Typically our turn around time is one day on a normal risk policy. However, this varies on case by case basis. At the end of the day we want to make sure that we are matching you with the best auto insurance policy that fits your needs and budget.
Yes, you are required by the state of North Carolina to carry auto insurance. You must have auto insurance to obtain a drivers license and legally operate a vehicle.
You can list drivers that are in your household on your auto insurance policy, but you cannot make them a named insured unless they have ownership in the vehicle.