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Your house is so much more than your largest investment, it's your home. Homeowners insurance can help you protect your home's structures, your belongings inside, and certain liability suits that may be brought against you. No home is the same so your homeowners policy shouldn't be either.

Hippo believes homeowners deserve better and more modern home insurance, which is why they work with exclusive top-rated partners to ensure you are protected. Hippo can help you save up to 25% on premiums by automating the application process and modernizing your coverage.* They provide smart coverage for modern possessions and people's lifestyles today. Think enhanced coverage for home office equipment rather than your grandma's pewter bowl. You only pay to cover what you own (not what the typical policyholders owned 30+ years ago).

If a disaster should strike, you will be met with the most reliable, caring, and swift response possible from humans, not robots, who care a lot. And if that's not enough, getting a quote from Hippo is fast. Really fast. Customers may get a quote in 60 seconds or less and sign up for a policy in under 4 minutes. Get your lightning fast home insurance quote online today!

*Estimated premium savings based on state rate comparisons of Hippo's prices as compared to average industry prices.

Find the Right Homeowners Insurance for Your Needs

Hippo insurance provides smart home coverage for modern lifestyles, insuring the items you care about for up to 25% less than competitors. From your house to your personal property, Hippo provides 4x more coverage on electronics, expanded appliance coverage, and even service line protection. Commonly covered belongings are:







There are limits per item with this type of protection that is calculated as a percentage of your total personal property coverage. If you have particularly expensive items, these may not be completely covered by your insurance unless you specifically add them to your policy (which usually comes with a fee). For example, if you have $150,000 in personal property coverage and the limit for any single item is 10%, you are covered up to $15,000 per item. If your $20,000 painting is destroyed, you would only receive a payment of $15,000, minus your deductible. If you have an expensive item, call your insurance company to add that item to your policy in a process called scheduling an item or adding a rider.

What is covered by homeowners insurance?

Though it varies state to state, there are standard coverages that most states offer:

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Your House And Property

Your house: Dwelling coverage may include anything that is attached to your house, such as a garage, chimney, roof, cabinets, flooring, etc. Besides your house other structures that may be covered by your policy include those not attached to your house, such as detached garages, sheds, fences, driveways, etc.

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Temporary Living Expenses

If your home is uninhabitable due to a covered loss, loss of use coverage may pay for a hotel/rent expenses as well as food while you are displaced.

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Personal liability coverage may cover you in the event someone is injured on your property by you or if you or your family members on your policy damage another’s property. If you are sued, this coverage may pay for a lawyer and court fees. An example would be if a guest to your home trips on a rug because it was not properly secured and breaks his leg, personal liability coverage could pay for his injury.

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Injuries On Your Property

This coverage may pay medical expenses and workers comp (in select states) in the event someone is injured on your property.


This website provides a simplified description of coverage. Nothing stated herein creates a contract. The above is meant as general information and as general policy descriptions to help you understand the different types of coverages. These descriptions do not refer to any specific contract of insurance and they do not modify any definitions, exclusions or any other provision expressly stated in any contracts of insurance. All statements made are subject to the provisions, exclusions, conditions and limitations of the applicable insurance policy. We encourage you to speak to your insurance representative. Please refer to actual policy forms for complete details regarding the coverage discussed. If the information in these materials conflicts with the policy language that it describes, the policy language prevails.