Your AI Homeowners Insurance Finder
Save your money from homeowners insurance. Spend it on furniture.
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Things Hannah can do:
Find the best homeowners insurance quotes quickly.
Tells you which type of homeowners insurance you should consider and which to stay away from.
Helps you get the most coverage for the best price from the companies with the best reputation and track record.
Who the heck is Hannah?
Hannah is a chatbot with an AI brain with a knack for helping you figure out your homeowners insurance. She believes everyone deserves affordable homeowners insurance at the best possible rate.
What can she do?
Hannah is a text conversational agent with an AI brain and a witty personality. She’s on a mission to make sure you take control of your homeowners insurance at a fair and competitive rate. Hannah is like your super smart friend who is really savvy about homeowners insurance. She’ll ask you questions and figure out what situation you are in and then offers best practices so you can find the best possible insurance available. She opens doors that would otherwise require an insurance broker. She makes sure the insurance companies she provides you with are credible and come with the highest marks from consumer ratings.
How do I know her advice is legit?
Hannah is an AI super brain and works with a human team of insurance and legal geeks. Hannah and her team consult and analyze all these sources in making their recommendations:
JD Power: The premium ranking service for consumer products like cars, bank products and credit cards.
Consumer Reports: A totally independent, non-profit testing agency that ranks hundreds of products every year.
National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC): A national organization to establish standards and best practices, conduct peer review, and coordinate the regulatory oversight of insurance companies.
A.M. Best: A.M. Best is the only global credit rating organization with a unique focus on the insurance industry.
Hannah uses advanced machine learning and natural language processing (NLP) technology. her trainers use Google Cloud Services and Amazon Web Services, and have their own homeowners insurance domain-specific knowledge base to answer questions.
Why does Hannah want to help me? Does she get a kickback?
Hannah likes to help people and is free to all consumers. It really upsets her when people get bad rates or leave money on the table for the insurance agencies to take advantage of you. Right now she sometimes gets paid a small amount when she matches you with a great insurance rate.
Does Hannah creep on me and collect all my information?