20% Savings on Texas Homeowners Insurance Drives Product Expansion at Texas Wasatch Insurance

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Texas Wasatch Insurance, a leading broker of homeowners insurance in Texas, has recently expanded its product line to cover homes worth $70,000 to over $2 million.

With booming business and increased sales, Texas Wasatch Insurance is pleased to offer a new expanded product line for Texas homeowners. This month the agency reached agreements with multiple insurance carriers to provide additional Texas homeowners insurance products to its clients.

Mark E. Jones, Texas Wasatch Group CEO, explains, “The Texas homeowners insurance market has been a difficult one over the last several years. Insurance companies have lost money and consumers have had a great deal of difficulty finding reasonably priced homeowners insurance. However, market conditions have improved and we have signed agreements with a number of Texas homeowners insurance companies that are very eager to do business with our clients.”

Cosme V. Salazar, Geographic Manager for the company’s Texas homeowners insurance business adds, “We have had tremendous success matching the right homeowners insurance companies to our clients in Texas. This has allowed us to save our clients a great deal of money. Our studies show that the average new Texas homeowners insurance client saved over 20% by working with us.”

About Texas Wasatch Insurance

Texas Wasatch Insurance is an independent agency providing homeowners insurance in Texas. The company, headquartered in Colleyville, Texas, has provided insurance for condos, apartments, and rental properties, as well as auto insurance in Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Texas.

The company’s highly trained agents have identified the three key things that people can do to save money on their homeowners insurance in Texas. To get a free quote or to learn about the three key things essential to saving on homeowners insurance, visit http://www.TexasWasatch.com, or call toll-free at 1-877-428-5353.

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