The cost of home insurance is the highest in Ile-de-France with an average rate of 242 euros per year. (Pixabay/geralt)
In France, the cost of housing insurance varies significantly from one region to another. This is revealed by a study carried out by the online insurance comparator Assurland after sifting through some 35,000 quotes. On average, the cost of home insurance is 216 euros per year.
Home insurance is a mandatory expenditure center for households. But its amount varies from one region to another in France, as demonstrated by a study carried out by the online insurance comparator Assurland and relayed by
Tuesday, April 5. This conclusion was established after analyzing 35,000 quotes from all regions of France.
Better to live in Brittany
Across the country, the average price of home insurance is 216 euros, a stable amount compared to the previous year. But this decreases to 171 euros in Brittany, the least expensive region due to a rate of declared claims which is the lowest in France.
The neighboring regions of Normandy and Pays de la Loire also have relatively low prices with an average of 190 and 179 euros respectively.
Significant increases in some regions
At the same time, the Paca region has experienced an increase in the average price of home insurance by 33% since 2010 for an amount of 240 euros per year. In Occitania, this increased by 40% over this period to reach 232 euros per year. These increases are explained by high loss rates with an upsurge in burglaries and the multiplication of climatic disasters in the south-east.
Finally, it is in Ile-de-France that the cost of home insurance is the highest with an average rate of 242 euros per year, which represents a jump of 32% compared to 2010.