How to Get AARP Homeowners Insurance

by Contributor ; Updated July 27, 2017
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How to Get AARP Homeowners Insurance. The American Association of Retired Persons offers a host of services and discounts to its membership. Anyone aged 50 or older can join AARP for an annual fee of $12.50 and take advantage of the organization's offerings, including advocacy and wellness information. The AARP boasts nearly 36 million members, the majority of them not yet retired.

Step 1

Review the various homeowner packages offered by The Hartford on behalf of AARP. Consider features like Lifetime Renewability, Full Value Replacement Cost Coverage and Lifetime Renewability. (See Resources)

Step 2

Check out the site's special section on How To Prepare a Home Inventory List. Get a better idea of the value of the home's contents and the level of insurance required. Use homeowner's insurance to protect against fire, theft, structural damage and flood.

Step 3

Read about Flood Coverage, which is not part of the protection offered by a homeowner's policy. Review the features and benefits as well as ways to save by purchasing this coverage through the AARP.

Step 4

Speak to an agent to discuss policy specifics, insurance needs and rates. Work with the agent to tailor a policy that meets the present and future needs of the household.

Step 5

Join AARP in order to take advantage of discounted homeowners insurance, auto insurance, health insurance, financial and legal advice and other services.

Tips

  • Visit the AARP web site for membership information. Apply online or phone to request membership information by mail.