Getting a quote with Versured is easy and only takes a few minutes. Here's a walkthrough of the process just in case you get lost!

Step 1: Click the Insurance Type You Want

Versured lets you compare auto insurance and home insurance quotes easily.

Step 2: Enter Your Basic Info and Address

This part is pretty straightforward. Just click Next to continue!

Enter your basic info for the Versured quote generator.

Step 3: Enter Your Demographic Info

Here you'll put in your date of birth, biological sex, marital status, current employment, and education level. This is all necessary to get you an accurate quote, as each insurer's quote is based on trends in demographic data. This screen looks really similar to the last screen.

Enter your demographic info for the Versured quote generator.

Step 4: Enter Your Home Info

Here you'll put in what kind of structure your home is (i.e., condo, townhouse, dwelling). Remember that a "dwelling" is a traditional, standalone house. You'll also fill in the amount of the medical payment on your current policy and the amount of your wind/hail deductible. If you can't get those exact, don't worry—we can always change it later once you get in touch with an agent.

Step 5: Double-Check and Edit Your Info

Make sure all your info is as accurate as possible. If you want to change something, just click Edit on the side at any point in the process.

Make sure your info is correct in the Versured quote generator.

Step 6: Upload Your Insurance Policy

Here you'll upload a PDF or image of your current home insurance policy. If you're having problems with scanning or getting a good digital copy of your

policy, read this article first.

Upload your current home insurance policy for the Versured quote generator.

Step 7: Choose Your Coverage Level

Here you'll see an estimate for what kind of coverage we think we can get you. Your Versured agent will use your selection to customize a policy for you. If you later change your mind in the meantime, that's fine. You can just let your Versured agent know you'd prefer a different coverage level once they get in touch with you!

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