Homeowner Rating Now on TurboRater

July 19, 2012 AnMarie Bozick, CIC

We have released our homeowners comparative rater in Texas, Arkansas, Illinois and Colorado. TurboRater customers now have the ability to quote both lines of business in one easy-to-use system.

Just like with auto, the home rater provides a consistent and uniform entry. The flow is very much like obtaining an auto quote, which makes it very easy to learn the system. When the homeowner's policy is ready to be bound, TurboRater will transfer the quote data to a selected carrier's website without having to re-key the information.

How to Activate Home Rating

An agency admin can activate home rating on a per user basis. This can be done by click on the Administration menu and selecting List Users. Edit the selected user's profile and check Homeowner Rating. The user will have access to the New Home Quote button on the quote screen on his or her next login.

Available Home and Auto Companies

Click here to view our list of current home and auto carriers on TurboRater. We encourage you to check back often as we are actively developing more carriers' rates. As new companies are released, the company list will be updated. As with any new carrier added to TurboRater, no software update will be required on your part to activate the new company's rates. Simply access your company group(s), and place a checkmark next to the carrier's name. We also recommend that you enter your producer code, username and password for that carrier as this information most likely will be required to obtain a rate.

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About the Author

AnMarie Bozick, CIC

AnMarie Bozick, CIC, manages ITC’s rating products, including TurboRater and TurboRater for Websites. She has more than 20 years of property and casualty insurance experience, including owning her own agency and serving as president of the Alliance of Insurance Agents of Texas. She joined ITC in 2008.

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