According to the latest "Homeowners ROE Outlook" report from Aon Benefield, homeowners' insurance premiums continue to climb, but carriers are faced with low return on equity as well as underwriting concerns. (Photo: iStock)

Homeowners’ insurance continues to show strong overall growth, says Aon Benfield in its latest annual “Homeowners ROE Outlook report,” even though return on equity for insurers continues to decrease.

The report, released today by the reinsurance intermediary and capital advisor of London-based Aon plc, found that U.S. homeowners’ premiums increased from $74 billion in 2011 to $89 billion in 2015.

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