By Sarah McCollumA large swath of Boston is owned by individuals who live in apartments.
They own a condo, which means they have to pay a premium to the city’s insurance carrier to make sure their homes are insured against storm damage.
The city’s policyholders are also paying a premium for homeowners who own commercial properties.
And, as we noted, the Boston homeowners are paying a larger premium for their homes than the average American household.
But these homeowners are also facing a much higher premium for property insurance coverage.
A common question that comes up when discussing the costs of insurance is whether it’s worth the extra cost.
The short answer is: No, it’s not.
In fact, the most affordable home insurance policies in the country don’t include the cost of homeowners insurance.
The answer is more complicated than you might think.
For starters, most homeowners have no way of knowing how much they’re paying for insurance coverage and there are no annual limits on how much homeowners can claim.
The vast majority of insurance policies don’t cover any damage beyond the first $50,000 of damage, and many don’t even cover flood damage beyond $100,000.
A few examples: The average premium for a $50 million condo policy in Massachusetts is $7,000 per year, or $1,600 per person.
The average homeowners’ insurance premium in Florida is $3,000, or about $200 per person, according to the Florida Insurance Commission.
And while most homeowners don’t have to worry about having to pay more than the state insurance premium every year, some policies do, and some policies cover damage beyond that amount.
That can mean the cost can be more than double what the average homeowner would be paying.
A homeowner with a $5 million home can buy a $1.5 million condo in Florida for $3 million.
The homeowner can also buy a condo in New York City for $1 million, and a $6 million condo can be purchased for $4 million in Connecticut for $6.5 in total.
In all of these cases, the homeowners are only paying $600 per year.
So what’s the deal?
In a few cases, homeowners can opt out of the policy and receive coverage that’s more expensive than the typical homeowner.
But even if you do opt out, the policy will still cover most of the cost for you.
The average homeowner in Florida pays an average of $1 in premiums a year, but the average Florida homeowners insurance policy in the nation is $4.35 per person per year in 2016.
And the average policy in Connecticut is $6 per person a year.
And in New Jersey, the average homeowners policy in 2016 was $7.65 per person in 2016, or just over $1 a year per person for the year.
That means that the average annual cost for homeowners insurance coverage is $2,600 for a year in Florida and $3.50 in Connecticut.
It’s only $1 more than in New Mexico and $2.50 more than on the average policies in New Hampshire and New York.
So homeowners in Massachusetts pay more for homeowners’ policy coverage than most homeowners in most states, even if they opt out.
But it doesn’t have much to do with the state of the market or the amount of the premium.
The more important thing is that homeowners are choosing the policies that will cover their homes, and the less expensive the coverage, the better.