What is the cheapest insurance when you combine auto and home owners?

What is the cheapest insurance when you combine auto and home owners?

I am selling my house and buying a new one at the end of the month. I'-d like to combine my homeowners and auto and motorcycle insurance all together to get the cheapest rates and combined discounts. What'-s my best bet? Also, I am a AAA member.

David

Your best bet is to get out the Yellow Pages and call some agents- there's no one-size-fits-all that we can give you.

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