The number of people who are buying insurance for their home will probably be higher than it has ever been, according to a recent survey of insurance professionals.

According to the Insure Your Home survey, in 2019 there were 1.8 million homeowners who were buying home insurance.

The number in 2020 will likely be higher because the number of homeowners who are expected to buy their own insurance in 2019 will be higher, too.

“The trend for home insurers to increase the premiums and decrease the deductibles is continuing, and we expect that trend to continue as well,” said David G. Shaffer, senior vice president at Aon Corp., which provides commercial real estate services.

The biggest increase in premiums has been in the industry’s home insurance business, where premiums increased by 1.6% last year.

The next biggest increases have been in auto insurance, which jumped 6.7%.

The largest drop has been for the life insurance business.

That business lost 6.1%.

“This is probably a result of the lower number of policies that are being sold, and the fact that many of those policies have been purchased by people who have not paid premiums,” said Shaffer.

“So the rate increases and deductibles are still a factor.”

The insurance industry has been struggling to keep up with the rising cost of home insurance premiums.

In 2018, the average premium for a policy in the United States was $1,000, according in the Insurance Information Institute.

That’s a big drop from the $2,600 average premium in 2019.

The number of insurers that offer policies in 2018 totaled 2.2 million, according the Insurance Industry Association.

That was up from 2.1 million in 2019 and 2.0 million in 2020.

The average premium on a policy was $5,000 in 2018, $8,000 last year and $12,000 this year.

Thats a drop of 8% from the 8% increase the industry experienced in 2019, according a report from the Insurance Institute.

“There’s been a lot of pressure on the industry to keep premiums low,” said Steven C. Davis, senior research analyst for the institute.

“We’ve seen this happen in some other countries, and people are starting to get the message that they should be buying their own home insurance, and they’re buying it in droves.”

The industry has also seen some competition, with the average annual rate of premiums on the National Association of Insurance Commissioners’ benchmark home insurance policy going down by $1.4 million in 2018.

The rate on the national benchmark home policy for 2020, which is a better value for the government, was down by nearly $1 million.

That means that people are paying more for the policy, and that has been a big selling point for insurers in the past.

“What you’re seeing with insurers is they’re doing the same thing they’ve been doing for years: They’re lowering the rates,” Davis said.

“They’re offering lower rates.

They’re charging less.

They are charging more for their policy.”