Which States Will Openly Insure Cover?

What is Openly?

Openly is a new car insurance provider that is expanding rapidly. Openly’s target market is younger and “dynamic” drivers. Openly is also focused on providing cost-effective insurance, by partnering with self-storage companies in the state of California. That said, it does not offer many of the standard features that a traditional insurance company offers, such as liability insurance or collision protection.

Openly, Inc.’s business model allows it to be very flexible in how it operates. Instead of solely focusing on the buy-side of the car insurance industry, it is also looking to partner with the lease companies that provide new cars to millennials.

Which States Offer Openly?

Openly is available in Arizona, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Wisconsin, New Mexico and Massachusetts

Openly only insures homes, businesses, condominiums, manufactured and mobile homes in the 50 U.S. states plus Washington D.C. and the U.S. territories of Puerto Rico and Guam. If you’re a new homeowner in one of those states, chances are, it’s likely that you already have insurance with a different company.

However, if you’re planning to buy or sell a home in one of those states, Openly’s unique open model could be a good choice. Since the company is not private, homeowners in states where Openly isn’t available can still go through traditional insurers.

The outlook is positive for the company.

How Does Openly Work?

The Openly platform is operated by a subsidiary of Chubb. As noted above, Chubb is one of the largest property/casualty insurance companies in the world. Openly works with Chubb agents, meaning that the agent purchases the insurance and guarantees the policy.

The company says it operates on a tiered platform. Each region has its own agent network with training, local resources and assistance. Openly says that it offers its agents an unprecedented opportunity to become top-performing insurance professionals, and that its agents are well-prepared to answer homeowner and tenant questions, quickly, accurately and with empathy.

How Expensive Is Home Owners Insurance With OPenly?

Openly offers insurance with a 36% deductible. This means that if your home is damaged by fire or other catastrophe, your insurance company will only pay for up to $36,000 to fix your home. But even if you factor in your 30-day deductible ($4,000), Openly has a cost advantage over traditional insurance.

What Is OpenedHome?

OpenedHome is a new type of home insurance for Americans with expensive homes. The company’s name is a play on words – open homes, or homes that have been on the market for a period of time. It’s for homes that are both for sale and for rent, offering up to $5 million in coverage to repair a home in case of a catastrophic event.

Why Do I Need Home Owners Insurance?

The most obvious reason to buy homeowners insurance is to protect your investment in your home. In other words, you need to protect the items you’ve spent money on for years. It’s important to buy homeowners insurance to cover the following items, or you could lose everything in the event of a catastrophe:

Controlling access to your property – usually the first thing that most insurance providers will ask you to buy is an access control system or a smart key fob. This may be an entry gate, a lock box or a keypad.

Severe weather – insurance companies are very sensitive to the weather. Usually, standard homeowners insurance will cover wind damage, hail damage and other forms of damage. Some companies will also offer it for earthquakes and floods.


There is no need to necessarily choose a pure homeowner’s policy if you have a non-starter contract for the full coverage amount. Openly can fill in the gap and offer the right coverage at the right price.

With interest rates low and home values soaring, homeownership is seeing an increase in competition from renting. Fortunately, the younger generation, with a disposable income, are putting a strain on the home rental market.

As millennials are getting priced out of the housing market, more are looking to buy homes, but may struggle to pay a large down payment.

This has been made more possible as insurers offer less expensive homeowners’ policies that feature in a bundle with renter’s policies at a lower price.

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