Best Home Insurance Rates In Missouri

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Compare Homeowners Insurance In Missouri

The average cost of homeowners insurance in Missouri is $1,424 a year, or $209 above the national average of $1,215. But we saw annual rates as low as $872, as costs vary between companies.

To help you find your best rate and the right homeowners insurance company for you, we studied the homeowners insurance market in Missouri to compare premiums, policies and customer satisfaction. Here's what we found:

How much does homeowners insurance cost in Missouri?

Missouri homeowners pay an average insurance premium of $1,424 a year, or $119 a month. Part of the reason for higher-than-average homeowners insurance rates is the increase in extreme storms in the state over the past few years. There's also a trend of larger homes being built in Missouri. Both of these factors may add up to higher rates.

Average cost of home insurance in Missouri


Today 2017 2016 2015
Missouri annual average $1,424 $1,285 $1,280 $1,253
Missouri price per month $119 $107 $107 $104
U.S. annual average $1,215 $1,211 $1,192 $1,173
U.S. price per month $101 $101 $99 $98
Note: Average rates for today are based on non-binding estimates provided by Quadrant Information Services. Your rates may vary. 2015 to 2017 rates are from the NAIC.

Homeowners insurance rates vary between providers at the two ends. Auto Club Family comes in with an average home insurance rate of $872, while Liberty tops out at $2,507, which is 76% higher than the Missouri average premium. We recommend that you compare home insurance quotes before settling on one home insurance provider.

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Best homeowners insurance companies in Missouri

Auto Club Family: lowest premiums

Auto Club Family homeowners insurance costs an average of $872 a year, or 39% below the state annual average premium of $1,424. According to our research, it's the cheapest home insurance company in Missouri.

J.D. Power gave Auto Club Family three out of five stars in its 2019 U.S. home insurance study for overall customer satisfaction. And Auto Club Family received a 0.32 rating in the NAIC Complaint Index, which measures the number of complaints an insurer receives relative to its size. The national average is 1.0, and a lower index value indicates better performance. Given that Auto Club Family's index ranking is less than half of the overall average of 0.77, this shows Auto Club Family homeowners insurance has a good combination of premium price and customer care.

USAA: best for armed services

USAA has shown itself to be the best homeowners insurance provider for current and retired military members in Missouri. Missouri is home to 17,072 serving members of the military, and veterans make up 9.76% of the population. USAA provides insurance specifically for armed service members, both current and retired.

In addition to offering insurance especially for military members, USAA also has the second-lowest average homeowners insurance premium in Missouri, at $1,101 per year. J.D. Power gave USAA one of only three five-out-of-five ratings for customer satisfaction in its 2019 home insurance survey. USAA has a standing record for topping J.D. Power's customer satisfaction ranking year after year, showing an excellent dedication to providing reliable rates and service.

Given that USAA's policyholder base is primarily military members, it offers homeowners insurance coverages not usually found from other providers, such as personal property coverage in war zones.

State Farm: best for dog owners

Many homeowners insurance providers have strict limits to cover certain dog breeds. This can result in higher rates or even denial of coverage. State Farm has an "It's Not the Breed, It's the Bite" policy, meaning that any dog is capable of biting, regardless of breed. If your dog has a history of biting, it could affect your premium and coverage, but your homeowners insurance won't change just because you have a specific breed.

In J.D. Power's 2019 home insurance survey, State Farm received an above-average four-out-of-five-star rating. State Farm received a below-average 0.2 in NAIC's Complaint Index. State Farm's average yearly homeowners insurance rate in Missouri is $1,324, which comes in below the state average of $1,424.

Travelers: best discounts

Traveler's average homeowners insurance rate in Missouri is $1,317 a year. This comes in below Missouri's average yearly homeowners insurance premium of $1,423. You can bring that rate down even more with Travelers' wide range of home insurance discounts:

  • You can save up to 15% on homeowners insurance and 13% on auto insurance if you bundle the two policies together with Travelers.
  • If you purchase homeowners insurance early, up to 12 months prior to the policy start date, Travelers may give you an early bird discount.
  • You may qualify for a discount if you upgrade your home with security devices such as alarms, deadbolts or indoor sprinkler systems.
  • If you "go green" and upgrade you home to Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, or LEED, certification standards, you could save up to 5% on your homeowners insurance premium.

Biggest homeowners insurance companies in Missouri

Most popular home insurance companies in Missouri
Company Market share 2019 J.D. Power customer satisfaction NAIC Complaint Index
State Farm 25.29% 4/5 0.25
American Family 15.50% 3/5 0.62
Liberty Mutual 8.64% 2/5 0.45
Shelter Mutual 5.05% - 0.34
USAA 4.67% 5/5 0.15
Auto Club Family 3.89% 3/5 0.65
Travelers 3.73% 2/5 0.08

State Farm has the biggest market share for all home insurance companies in Missouri. More than 25% of policyholders in Missouri have coverage through State Farm. The next closest insurer is American Family with more than 15% of the market share. The J.D. Power customer service satisfaction rating is a good indiciation of how policyholders feel about their insurer, but it's not the only important metric. See our picks for the best home insurance companies in America to learn more.

Homeowners insurance rates in Missouri by city

Given that homeowners insurance premiums in Missouri are some of the highest in the nation, even the lowest homeowners insurance rates come out pretty high. Of Missouri's most populous cities, O'Fallon has the lowest premium, of $1,246 a year, and Kansas City has the highest, at $1,491.

Average yearly homeowners insurance premium by city
City Average annual homeowners insurance cost
Columbia $1,366
Independence $1,440
Kansas City $1,491
Lee's Summit $1,437
O'Fallon $1,246
Springfield $1,447
St. Charles $1,254
St. Joseph $1,448
St. Louis $1,375
St. Peters $1,251
Note: Average rates are based on non-binding estimates provided by Quadrant Information Services. Your rates may vary.

Homeowners insurance rates in Missouri by county

Here's how homeowners insurance rates across counties in Missouri compare:

Average yearly homeowners insurance premium by county
County Average annual homeowners insurance cost
Adair $1,366
Andrew $1,490
Atchison $1,461
Audrain $1,343
Barry $1,545
Barton $1,512
Bates $1,533
Benton $1,418
Bollinger $1,416
Boone $1,369
Buchanan $1,490
Butler $1,461
Caldwell $1,454
Camden $1,353
Cape Girardeau $1,429
Carroll $1,415
Carter $1,411
Cass $1,482
Cedar $1,505
Chariton $1,512
Christian $1,377
Clark $1,528
Clay $1,357
Clinton $1,427
Cole $1,492
Cooper $1,372
Crawford $1,366
Dade $1,395
Dallas $1,530
Daviess $1,514
DeKalb $1,427
Dent $1,462
Douglas $1,408
Dunklin $1,472
Franklin $1,481
Gasconade $1,336
Gentry $1,345
Greene $1,445
Grundy $1,466
Harrison $1,396
Henry $1,401
Hickory $1,451
Holt $1,513
Howard $1,474
Howell $1,360
Iron $1,431
Jackson $1,443
Jasper $1,489
Jefferson $1,540
Johnson $1,369
Knox $1,466
Laclede $1,352
Lafayette $1,468
Lawrence $1,449
Lewis $1,539
Lincoln $1,367
Linn $1,355
Livingston $1,370
Macon $1,390
Madison $1,372
Maries $1,458
Marion $1,387
McDonald $1,590
Mercer $1,386
Miller $1,393
Mississippi $1,428
Moniteau $1,364
Monroe $1,352
Montgomery $1,356
Morgan $1,405
New Madrid $1,471
Newton $1,558
Nodaway $1,438
Oregon $1,452
Osage $1,387
Ozark $1,460
Pemiscot $1,507
Perry $1,390
Pettis $1,406
Phelps $1,386
Pike $1,361
Platte $1,443
Polk $1,523
Pulaski $1,422
Putnam $1,379
Ralls $1,353
Randolph $1,369
Ray $1,463
Reynolds $1,492
Ripley $1,485
Saline $1,391
Schuyler $1,373
Scotland $1,372
St. Louis $1,329
Ste. Genevieve $1,401
Stoddard $1,436
Stone $1,560
Sullivan $1,391
Taney $1,519
Texas $1,461
Vernon $1,533
Warren $1,345
Washington $1,404
Wayne $1,444
Webster $1,514
Worth $1,445
Wright $1,486
Note: Average rates are based on non-binding estimates provided by Quadrant Information Services. Your rates may vary.


We compiled homeowners insurance quotes for every ZIP code in Missouri from the seven top insurers. We based our analysis on Auto Club Family, USAA, Shelter Mutual, Travelers, State Farm, American Family Mutual and Liberty Mutual policy data. Quotes were based on a home worth $174,348, built in 1975 and owned by a 57-year-old. These are the median home value, construction date, and homeowner age in Missouri.

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