Best Home Insurance Rates In Oklahoma

Your neighbors pay as little as $93 a month.

How Much Does Homeowners Insurance Cost in Oklahoma?

The average homeowners insurance premium in Oklahoma is $171 a month, but we saw average rates as low as $93. Oklahoma has the highest homeowners insurance rates in the country according to our research.

Oklahoma's location in Tornado Alley, a swath of the Midwest that has higher-than-average tornado occurrences, contributes to its high rates: there were 42 tornadoes in Oklahoma in 2018, and 85 tornadoes in 2017.

This table breaks down Oklahoma homeowners insurance rates from 2015 to today in comparison to nationwide rates. Oklahoma rates dipped slightly between 2015 and 2016, but have increased considerably since then.

Average cost of home insurance in Oklahoma
   Today 2017 2016 2015
Oklahoma annual average $2,058 $1,885 $1,875 $1,879
Oklahoma price per month $171 $157 $156 $157
U.S. annual average $1,215 $1,211 $1,192 $1,173
U.S. cost 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. Data from 2015-2017 sourced from NAIC.

We recommend that you compare home insurance quotes before you buy a policy. Oklahoma's average home insurance rate of $2,058 is incredibly high in relation to the national average of $1,215. Rates among cheaper companies are still high because of this. Farmers has the lowest average rates at $1,110, while Liberty is over three times that amount.

Here’s how rates from the biggest insurance companies in Oklahoma stack up:


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Best homeowners insurance companies in Oklahoma

Farmers, American Farmers & Ranchers Mutual, Oklahoma Farm Bureau Mutual and USAA rise to the top as our choices for the best homeowners insurance companies in Oklahoma. Here's why.

Farmers: lowest premium

The average annual homeowners insurance premium in Oklahoma is $2,058 a year. Farmers' homeowners insurance premium comes in at $1,110, or 53% below the state average.

In J.D. Power's 2018 U.S. home insurance study, Farmers ranked ninth for overall customer satisfaction and got three out of five stars for claims service and settlement. This combination of low premiums and good service makes Farmers a popular choice in Oklahoma.

A Farmers homeowners insurance policy offers some notable benefits for the money. For instance, if you've been claim-free with Farmers or your last homeowners insurer for three years or more, you may earn a discount on your premium. Also, each year your Farmers homeowners insurance policy is active can earn you $50 towards your deductible on a claim.

American Farmers & Ranchers Mutual: runner-up for cheapest rates

American Farmers & Ranchers Mutual's average homeowners insurance premium in Oklahoma is $1,512. Besides having some of the lowest rates in Oklahoma, American Farmers & Ranchers Mutual also offers a wide variety of discounts to policyholders:

  • Depending on how old your house and select systems in it are, you can save up to 30% on your premium.
  • Installing home protection devices such as fire alarms, sprinkler systems or burglar alarms may get you up to 15% in rate discounts.
  • If you have not had a paid loss claim within a specified period of time, you can save upwards of 20% on your premium.

State Farm: most popular

State Farm holds 28% of the Oklahoma homeowners insurance market share, with CSAA holding the second-highest market share of the companies we analyzed, at 4.64%.

J.D. Power gave State Farm four out of five stars for customer satisfaction in its 2019 U.S. home insurance survey. Also, the insurer has a low NAIC Complaint Index score of 0.20. The index measures the number of complaints an insurer receives relative to its size. An index value of 1.0 is the national average, and a lower number indicates better performance. Despite having the third-highest average premium in a state with above-average homeowners insurance rates, State Farm's coverage and overall policyholder satisfaction shows a strong loyalty, despite the price tag.

USAA: best for veterans

Oklahoma is home to nearly 297,000 veterans, comprising almost 7% of the state's population. While USAA has an average homeowners insurance rate of $2,097, above the state average, the insurer continues to be a strong favorite of veterans because of its sole focus on providing coverage to active and retired military members and their families.

J.D. Power awarded USAA one of only three five-out-of-five-star overall satisfaction ratings in its 2019 home insurance study. This shows USAA's strong, consistent dedication to its policyholders. Furthermore, USAA has a low NAIC Complaint Index of 0.31, below the state average of 0.49.

USAA offers discounts that can reduce your homeowners insurance premium. You can save up to 10% on your homeowners insurance premium if you bundle it with auto insurance. Also, if you go five or more years without a homeowners insurance claim, you can get up to another 10% off your premium.

Biggest homeowners insurance companies in Oklahoma

Here's a breakdown of the homeowners insurance market in Oklahoma:

Home insurance companies in Oklahoma at a glance
Company Market share 2019 J.D. Power NAIC Complaint Index
State Farm 28% 4/5 0.2
CSAA 5% 3/5 1.27
Allstate 5% 3/5 0.29
Liberty Mutual 4% 2/5 0.53
Farmers 3% 3/5 0.41
Oklahoma Farm Bureau 2% 0
American Farmers & Ranchers 2% 1.11
USAA 2% 5/5 0.31
Travelers 1% 2/5 0.43
Note: Average rates are based on non-binding estimates provided by Quadrant Information Services. Your rates may vary.

Home insurance companies and policy offerings vary across states. To see how these insurers rank nationally, see our list of the best home insurance companies.

Homeowners insurance rates in Oklahoma by city

Given that homeowners insurance premiums in Oklahoma are some of the highest in the nation, even the lowest homeowners insurance rates come out relatively high. Tulsa has the lowest premium in the state, at $1,186 a year, while Yukon has the highest, at $2,386.

Average yearly homeowners insurance premium by city
City Average annual homeowners insurance cost
Oklahoma City $2,352
Tulsa $1,186
Norman $2,235
Broken Arrow $1,829
Edmond $2,341
Lawton $2,168
Moore $2,328
Midwest City $2,367
Stillwater $1,981
Enid $2,094
Note: Average rates are based on non-binding estimates provided by Quadrant Information Services. Your rates may vary.

Homeowners insurance rates in Oklahoma by county

Here's how homeowners insurance rates across Oklahoma's counties compare:

Average yearly homeowners insurance premium by county
County Average annual homeowners insurance cost
Adair $1,805
Alfalfa $2,163
Atoka $1,902
Beaver $2,261
Beckham $2,215
Blaine $2,263
Bryan $1,946
Caddo $2,253
Canadian $2,356
Carter $1,991
Cherokee $1,791
Choctaw $1,882
Cimarron $2,111
Cleveland $2,303
Coal $2,011
Comanche $2,141
Cotton $2,210
Craig $1,858
Creek $1,988
Custer $1,958
Delaware $1,801
Dewey $2,243
Ellis $2,260
Garfield $2,107
Garvin $2,028
Grady $2,275
Grant $2,137
Greer $2,227
Harmon $2,130
Harper $2,247
Haskell $1,920
Hughes $2,038
Jackson $2,176
Jefferson $2,180
Johnston $2,013
Kay $2,093
Kingfisher $2,309
Kiowa $2,187
Latimer $1,889
Le Flore $1,886
Lincoln $2,093
Logan $2,275
Love $2,144
Major $2,189
Marshall $2,043
Mayes $1,831
McClain $2,260
McCurtain $1,877
McIntosh $1,938
Murray $1,991
Muskogee $1,851
Noble $2,142
Nowata $1,848
Okfuskee $2,048
Oklahoma $2,355
Okmulgee $1,946
Osage $1,921
Ottawa $1,803
Pawnee $2,003
Payne $1,977
Pittsburg $1,899
Pontotoc $2,011
Pottawatomie $2,106
Pushmataha $1,920
Roger Mills $2,195
Rogers $1,805
Seminole $2,081
Sequoyah $1,838
Stephens $2,174
Texas $2,198
Tillman $2,207
Tulsa $1,823
Wagoner $1,840
Washington $1,793
Washita $2,249
Woods $2,191
Woodward $2,205
Note: Average rates are based on non-binding estimates provided by Quadrant Information Services. Your rates may vary.

Homeowners insurance perils in Oklahoma

Oklahoma's high homeowners insurance rates largely stem from its location in Tornado Alley, the rising chances of earthquakes and high crime rates compared to the national average.


Oklahoma sits in the middle of tornado alley. Given the tremendous damage a tornado can do to a home, including total loss, Oklahoma's high homeowners insurance costs reflect the risk. In fact, tornadoes are primarily responsible for the state's skyhigh home insurance rates.

Most homeowners insurance policies cover tornado damage, however, damage mitigation is strongly encouraged. Installing storm windows and door reinforcements, as well as keeping your yard free of items and debris that can turn into projectiles and damage your home during a tornado, may reduce the risk of your home getting damaged.


Midwestern states have experienced serious flooding trends. Flood damage isn't covered by standard homeowners insurance, but you can purchase flood insurance from FEMA's National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). NFIP insurance is available through participating insurance companies and some independent insurance providers.


We compiled quotes for every ZIP code in Oklahoma from eight of the top insurers. We based our analysis on Allstate, American Farmers & Ranchers, CSAA, Farmers, Liberty Mutual, Oklahoma Farm Bureau, State Farm, Travelers and USAA.

We gathered quotes for a home worth $150,385, built in 1979 and owned by a 57-year-old. These are the median home value, construction date and homeowner age in Oklahoma.

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