Mercury Insurance announced that its homeowners insurance rates for Pennsylvania residents will be reduced by an average of 10 percent.
The reduction applies to new customers immediately and policy renewals beginning April 9, and will save Mercury policyholders about $150 per year.
“We’re happy to put money back in our Pennsylvania customers’ pockets,” said Robert Houlihan, Mercury vice president and chief product officer. “Mercury Insurance is voluntarily reducing its rates to help consumers because we believe affordable insurance should be available for everyone.”
Mercury’s rate reduction applies to all Pennsylvania residents who purchase homeowners coverage. Mercury operates through a network of more than 380 independent insurance agents in Pennsylvania.
Source: Mercury Insurance
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