- The My Homesteaders service lets people who have their insurance through Homesteaders log on to manage their account (like make a payment or change their Homesteaders insurance options)
- All of Homesteaders insurance offerings are only available exclusively through funeral homes (with thousands of locations across the USA)
- In certain states, Homesteaders offers insurance protection that extends to eligible children and grandchildren
With My Homesteaders, people can find their closest Homestead Insurance representative, find more information about funeral planning, contact funeral professionals, and manage their policy. Homesteaders is an insurance company that provides various insurance services like advance funeral planning and other end of life funding options. Homesteaders even has a casket price protection program that helps families set a price for a casket, and not have to worry about increases over time. In most states, something called “The Homesteaders Assurance Trust” lets participating funeral homes place their consumers’ payments into a trust fund that’s not touched until the time the customer needs it. There’s even a “shortfall” insurance option available that extends coverage beyond normal amounts, and makes sure that no amount for end of life expenses goes unpaid. For funeral and insurance professionals, Homesteaders offers continuing education (both online and in person) to help them stay up to date on industry changes.
More Info About Homesteaders
The Homesteaders company was founded in 1905, when just over 20 different people formed a fraternal order to help provide insurance benefits to all members for their final expenses (like burial). The company continued to grow more members, and handled every single one of their claims without an increase in premiums, even through a World War. Today, Homesteaders helps thousands of families each year be able to afford funeral and burial costs.
To contact Homesteaders Life Company
- 5700 Westown Parkway, West Des Moines, Iowa 50266