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"Since 1794, Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia has been providing insurance to homeowners across the Commonwealth. For a company to be in business that long, it must be doing something right."
Our Pricing Structure in a Nutshell
With our unique perpetual homeowner policy, members pay a one-time premium the first year with a low annual assessment that is a fraction of this cost each year after that. This means significantly lower costs over the life of the policy. But don't take our word for it, see what two members have said on Google and Nextdoor:
"A policy that never expires, rates after the first year that are 75% off what you paid the first year - and will pay every year after that. Outstanding service, customized coverage - there is no better home insurance provider in Virginia."
Caroline T., Lynchburg
Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia is THE way to go. I tried them after two friends raved about them. The first year is high but drops dramatically after that. I switched over in 2011. I calculated a savings of $9,067. 94 since then. That is more than I've paid MAS of VA over that period of time.
Fred E., Richmond
Our Quote Process
We consider each policyholder a partner in protecting their home. After qualifying for coverage, if you are interested in moving forward with a quote, Mutual Assurance will schedule a home inspection. Our inspection helps us properly insure your home and provides you with some common-sense measures to help protect your home from loss. Following your home inspection, we will prepare a quote for you. This process may take up to 30 days, but as you can see in the testimonials above, it is well worth it.
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Please review the following list of home conditions that will disqualify your home upfront:
This is not your primary residence.
Unit is not located in Virginia.
Trampolines, tree houses, diving boards, and unfenced pools not in a common area.
Unit is above 4th floor.
More than two unrelated parties will be residing in the unit.
Other conditions may be discussed such as a business in the home, the number of unrelated occupants, etc.