Is your home insurance PLAN not really FAIR?

Need Coastal Insurance for your Massachusetts Home?  Do you live in Marblehead, Swampscott, Nahant, Ipswich, Winthrop, Beverly, Gloucester, Amesbury, Salem, Rockport, Salisbury, or other Massachusetts coastal community?

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Have you been told that the only option for your home insurance is Mass Fair Plan?  Or, are you concerned you may be paying too much for a "Cadillac" plan?

Are you feeling the pain of living close to the coast? 

We want you to know that for qualified properties,
we have options to Mass Fair Plan.  For instance: 

  • We can get your well-qualified home OUT of the Mass Fair Plan. 
  • You can avoid the wind storm deductible in MORE CASES that with Mass Fair Plan.  Many times these wind storm deductibles with the Mass Fair Plan can amount to thousands or even tens of thousands of dollars you pay out of pocket for a wind storm claim!
  • You may be able to opt for 0,1,2, or 5% hurricane deductible. 
  • In most cases, the premiums can be hundreds of dollars LESS than a Fair Plan policy.                   

There are alternatives to Mass Fair Plan for your Winthrop home insurance, your Marblehead home insurance, your Swampscott home insurance, or other coastal MA properties  ... but not every insurance agent has access to these options.  Contact us and let us examine what this means for you in real dollars.  Either call Chris Millerick at 857-816-4935, or, fill out the form to the right and we'll get right back to you.

Check out what your neighbors say about  Elliot Whittier Insurance and our Options for Massachusetts Home Insurance

March 2015

"The level of service that I receive from Christina and everyone at Elliot Whittier is excellent!   The entire staff is terrific and extremely helpful.    I moved my home, umbrella and auto all over to you with no problems.   I am very likely to recommend you to others!" 

Nan N., Newburyport, MA

 

 UPDATE!  Read about it in the Jan 28, 2013 edition of the Boston Globe.

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