consumers in british columbia pay, on average,$49 monthly for home insurance for rented dwellings and $82 for owned property â€“ butthat is across the whole province. do you want know how your square one home insurancecost compares to your peers? very often we ask our friends, family, andother people we trust what they pay and which insurers they prefer. but the best way toget a fair comparison would be to find everyone with a similar profile in terms of location,home value, type of dwelling, and other details. how can you find these people? a young canadiancompany, insureye, has found a way to make this solution a reality with its new freepeer comparison tool. this is social aggregated knowledge at work to save you money on insurance.square one participates in the insureye platform!
insureye peer comparison service collects,validates, and precisely analyzes thousands of insurance experiences from real people.peer comparison includes spending information for home, auto, and life insurance productsboth available online and services offered directly by insurance companies, brokers andagents. as users share information about their insurance spending, this collective experienceidentifies the peer groups who save the most. using the insureye peer comparison is verysimple and best of all, itâ€™s free! after a short registration, users can play withpeer criteria for any type of insurance and view interactive charts to discover whichinsurers their peers prefer and how much they pay.