Producer Profile – Hazell Agencies

The Iowa FAIR Plan Association relies on diligent individuals to assist consumers in obtaining coverage. There may be many unusual and difficult situations where the producer must use their expertise and knowledge to succeed in this mission.  As recognition, we would like to take the time to spotlight our producer partners. Let us begin, please meet: Hazell Agencies in Burlington, Iowa. [Read more…]

Four Year Non-Renewal

Iowa law requires that at the completion of thirty-six (36) months of coverage and prior to the completion of forty-eight (48) months of coverage every Iowa FAIR Plan Association policy shall be non-renewed. This process is to encourage a return to the voluntary market. [Read more…]

Payment Options

New Business

  • Full payment by check or money order with a new application or 25% plus $5 to use the quarterly payment plan.

Payment Frequency Options

  • Annual. 100% of the annual premium with no service fee.
  • Quarterly. This plan requires 25% of the premium plus a $5 service fee for each payment. The Iowa FAIR Plan Association will direct bill a policyholder 30 days before each installment is due.

Mortgagee Billing Options

  • Mortgagees and/or additional insureds can be billed on renewals only.

Payment Types

  • Checks or money orders should be made payable to the “Iowa FAIR Plan Association”.
  • A current bill can be paid directly from a checking account, debit or credit card.  Click here for more information.
  • The Iowa FAIR Plan Association does not accept cash.

Eligibility

The Iowa FAIR Plan Association does not guarantee policy issue. Non-acceptable dwelling or commercial risks include any property that:

  • is vacant or unoccupied or;
  • has one or more open claim(s) or;
  • has unrepaired damages from any previous claim(s) or;
  • is noncompliant with local building codes and/or condemned.

Additionally, properties are ineligible for the Homeowners 8 Program if there are unsafe conditions, including, but not limited to: [Read more…]

Replacement Cost vs. Acutual Cash Value