Founded in 2003, Goosehead Insurance is changing the insurance industry by empowering insurance agents through franchises and emphasizing a client-focus to help people buy good insurance policies and use them.
Goosehead Insurance operates in many parts of the United States and is expanding its reach. If Goosehead Insurance works in your area, we recommend choosing it as your insurance agency.
Goosehead Insurance focuses on delivering quality service and transparency to clients. It sells insurance policies from multiple well-known insurers including AIG, MetLife, Nationwide, and National General. The range of insurers Goosehead Insurance works with makes it easier for clients to compare pricing and coverage to find a good fit for their needs.
Goosehead Insurance also shows its commitment to doing what's best for clients by having a dedicated support team to help clients use their policy once they've bought it. Licensed agents are on the service team, so you'll receive assistance from someone familiar with the industry.
Aside from auto insurance, you can buy home, umbrella, flood, life, and landlord coverage policies through Goosehead Insurance.
Agents can grow their businesses by becoming a Goosehead Insurance franchise. Becoming a franchise means that your clients benefit from Goosehead Insurance's support team, which means that you have more time to focus on sales.
You can also use Goosehead Insurance's custom Agency Management System and don't have to manage relationships with insurers. These additional benefits go further to allow you to focus more on sales and leads.
While Goosehead Insurance is expanding, its agencies do not operate in all U.S. states and territories. Reach out to Goosehead Insurance directly to see if its services are available where you live. If not, you'll need to consider other options.
Goosehead Insurance has separate sales and service teams. Both teams are licensed insurance agents. However, realize that the person who sells you a policy won't be the same person who helps you when you need to use your policy. Having separate teams doesn't mean that you'll get poor customer service. However, if you prefer to work with the same person throughout your purchase process, you may want to consider another option.