Oregon Homeowners Insurance Calculator: Estimate Your Policy Cost

The average annual cost for $250K in homeowners insurance in Oregon is $1,096. Oregon is the sixth cheapest state for $250K in coverage. The cost of homeowners insurance in Oregon is around 55% cheaper than the national average of $2,417 per year for the same coverage.

MoneyGeek’s homeowners insurance calculator gives you an idea of how much your policy could cost. It helps you consider certain personal and financial factors so you can prepare to purchase your policy.

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State

Oregon

Dwelling Coverage

$250,000

Deductible

$500

Liability

$300,000

Personal Property

$50,000

Credit Score

Excellent
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MoneyGeek compared different insurers to find the most affordable home insurance in Oregon. Based on our research, the cheapest homeowners insurance company in Oregon is Farmers.

Nevertheless, finding the best insurer means taking into account your finances, personal circumstances and preferences. The cheapest option may not always have everything that you need. To help you find an insurer with the best services that is also affordable, MoneyGeek found the best homeowners insurance in Oregon.

How to Estimate the Cost of Your Homeowners Insurance Policy in Oregon

Everyone’s homeowners insurance needs and costs differ. Since factors like dwelling coverage, deductibles and credit scores change for every policy, the cost of homeowners insurance differ as well.

MoneyGeek’s homeowners insurance calculator helps you estimate how much home insurance you need. Fill in the amounts for every factor to see how they affect the cost of your homeowners insurance in Oregon.

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    Oregon

    Location is an important factor in insurance rates. Some places are more expensive than others.

    The state you live in determines the risk of natural disasters, fire protection policies, cost of living and other instances that can damage your property. Additionally, your location within Oregon impacts risk factors like theft or vandalism, which also impact your rates.

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    Dwelling Coverage

    If part of your home has been damaged by a covered peril, dwelling coverage takes care of your expenses when you’re repairing the building structure of your home. In Oregon, the average dwelling coverage is $250,000. Covered perils usually include fire, theft, vandalism, lightning and more.

    Dwelling coverage only covers structures that are connected to the main building of your home.

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    Deductible

    The amount of your deductible determines how much you will pay out of your pocket in case of a claim.

    For example, if the total cost of damages is $1,000 and your deductible is $500, you will have to pay $500 first before your insurance covers the remaining amount.

    When choosing your deductible, it’s important to evaluate how much you’re willing to pay out of pocket.

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    Liability

    People can get injured on your property. Their property can also be damaged due to negligence on your part. Liability coverage pays for the cost of these damages, whether it is for legal fees, replacement costs and more.

    A higher coverage limit is better, and it doesn’t cost much to increase your coverage amount. A good starting point is an amount that is equivalent to the value of your assets.

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    Personal Property

    Personal property coverage protects your items at home. It covers the value of your personal belongings in case of a covered loss.

    It’s safe to start with a coverage amount that is 50% of your dwelling coverage. You can also have a higher limit since it depends on the value of your belongings.

    MoneyGeek’s personal property calculator below can give you an idea of how much coverage you need.

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    Credit Score

    Your credit score impacts the cost of homeowners insurance in Oregon. Homeowners insurance companies in this state run a credit check before approving your policy.

    Insurers see people with good credit as customers who can keep up with their finances. As a result, they can maintain their homes and make appropriate repairs. Consequently, people with good credit tend to have cheaper premiums than those who have poor credit.

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Average Cost of Home Insurance in Oregon

Oregon is the sixth most affordable state to get homeowners insurance. On average, homeowners in Oregon pay $1,096 per year to insure their homes, which is around 55% cheaper than other states. MoneyGeek’s ranking and average cost are based on a policy with $250,000 dwelling coverage.

To help you understand how dwelling coverage influences the cost of your policy, the table below compares the premiums of homeowners insurance in Oregon with varying coverage levels.

Average Annual Premium in Oregon for Homeowners Insurance

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  • Dwelling Coverage Amount
    Average Annual Premium
  • $100,000
    $934
  • $250,000
    $1,096
  • $500,000
    $2,626
  • $750,000
    $3,752
  • $1,000,000
    $4,685
  • $2,000,000
    $8,945
  • $3,000,000
    $13,293
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Your dwelling coverage limit generally depends on the cost of rebuilding your home. You want to make sure your coverage limit will cover the cost of rebuilding your home.

The age, size, shape and features of your home determine the rebuilding or replacement cost. Professional home appraisers or your insurance company can help you estimate this cost.

These estimates may not always be accurate or keep up with certain changes as prices increase over time. Extended replacement cost, guaranteed replacement cost and inflation guard coverage can protect your home in the long run.

Frequently Asked Questions About Home Insurance in Oregon

MoneyGeek answered some important questions about homeowners insurance in Oregon that may influence your decision when purchasing your policy.

Methodology

To determine the average cost of homeowners insurance in Oregon, MoneyGeek sourced pricing data from Quadrant Information Services.

MoneyGeek chose a standard home profile to provide the most reliable and relevant data for developing a thorough analysis of homeowners insurance. This standard home profile consists of the following attributes:

  • Construction year: 2000
  • Construction type: Frame
  • Composition roof
  • Three-mile radius from the fire department
  • Assumed value of other structures on the property: 10% of the dwelling coverage
  • Personal property coverage: 40% of the dwelling coverage
  • Liability limit: $100,000
  • Deductible: $1,000

About the Author


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Mark Fitzpatrick is a senior content manager with MoneyGeek specializing in insurance. Mark has years of experience analyzing the insurance market and creating original research and content. He graduated from Boston College with a Bachelor of Arts and Johns Hopkins University with a Master of Arts.