Farmers Insurance Memphis is providing dwelling coverage in Tennesse for 2020

A newly launched homeowners insurance package has been launched for Memphis, TN residents. Farmers Insurance Memphis pride themselves on high quality service and customer focus.

Memphis, United States - December 6, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Farmers Insurance Memphis has launched a new affordable dwelling coverage service for local residents in Memphis, TN. As part of the new service launch, they have released a video showcasing the features available to interested parties.

For more information please find the video here: https://youtu.be/kcr_FYZrHRE

Residents looking for affordable dwelling coverage quotes in Memphis Tennessee will find a range of options when dealing with Farmers Insurance Memphis.

The newly launched service is part of the company’s commitment to ensuring they meet all of their clients needs in the insurance field.

The Farmers Insurance Memphis site explains that there are a number of reasons to sign up for the new service. For example, they are licensed in 40 states, which means that clients’ coverage can follow them almost wherever they go.

In addition to this, they have been serving Memphis for over 15 years. During this time, they have established a reputation as a leader in their field.

As a full service insurance agency, Farmers Insurance Memphis is committed to providing clients with the best service. The new launch is part of this commitment.

Alongside the new home insurance service launch, other options include auto insurance, renter’s insurance, life insurance, business insurance, and more.

The agency offers a wide variety of policy types whether clients are looking to insure their main home, a newly bought property, investment property, apartment, or any other type of home.

They state: “It is our belief that if we educate our consumers on the often daunting task of purchasing insurance, and help them to make an informed decision, we will continue to have the success we have had over the past years.”

They add: “As a leader in the community, we would like to remind all customers that we are proud to be a part of the Farmers Insurance Group not only for our products, but also for the company’s firm dedication and charitable giving towards education and disaster management as well as a wide variety of volunteer and civic engagements.”

Those wishing to find out more can visit their website at: https://memphisinsurance.net

Contact Info:
Name: Michael Cordogan
Email: Send Email
Organization: Farmers Insurance Memphis
Address: 293 S Walnut Bend Rd Ste 101, Memphis, TN 38018, United States
Phone: +1-901-309-5585
Website: https://memphisinsurance.net/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88937796

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