Property & Casualty Insurance Agents can reach homeowners before their annual homeowners renewal using Dataman Group’s specially formatted Homeowner X-Date Plus List.

Let’s face it, many homeowners change their insurance carriers when their homeowners insurance comes up for renewal. This is a great opportunity for P&C Agents to increase their business.

Homeowner insurance is the key to reaching a prospective new client. Quality service and a strong product line will insure that they remain with you for many years to come.

Our Homeowner X-Date Plus List offers the following information:

  • Home Owner Name
  • Address
  • City, State, zip
  • Telephone #s where available
  • Home Purchase Date
  • Home Purchase Amount
  • Home Square Footage
  • Year Built
  • County Name
  •  

Agents can easily create personalized letters to these prospects from this list or contact them by phone. With all the information we provide on the Homeowner X-Date Plus List, agents can actually provide preliminary quotes, based on the year built, square footage and purchase price of the home.

Click here to see a sample of this list – it is truly a one-of-a-kind prospect file you can’t afford to pass up!

The Annual X-Date Plus List is the most cost-effective way for an agent to receive their X-Date data. These specially formatted listings are sequenced in month order so the agent can easily locate those homeowners who are coming up for renewal. Home purchase amount, square footage and year built is also included. We suggest the Annual X-Date Plus List for those agents who service a one or two zip code market.

The cost for customized X-Date Plus List starts at $150.00 for 750 Homeowner Renewal prospects. A list of 1,250 Homeowner renewal prospects costs $250.00. Output, shipping and sales tax where applicable are additional.

Insurance agents should call our office at (800) 771-3282 for a sample of our Homeowner X-Date Plus List as well as counts and pricing in their market.

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