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Homeowners with poor credit pay twice as much for homeowner’s insurance as those with excellent credit, a new study revealed. The study, conducted by insurancequotes.com, showed that homeowners with fair credit pay 32% more than those with excellent credit, up from 29% in 2014, while premiums of those with poor credit may increase by 100%, up from 91% in 2014.


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