Cate Deventer

  • Auto insurance
  • Property insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Bachelor’s degree in theatre, Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne
  • Bachelor’s degree in English, concentration in professional and technical writing, Indiana University East (expected graduation in Spring 2022)

Cate Deventer is an insurance expert who has held Property & Casualty and Life, Accident & Health insurance licenses for over 10 years. As an insurance agent, she quoted and issued multiple insurance policy types and assisted clients with claims. She has a passion for helping people understand their insurance needs, choose appropriate coverage levels and learn how insurance coverage can affect overall financial well-being.

Cate also enjoys writing and editing and has since combined her passions for content and insurance. While pursuing a bachelor's degree in English with a concentration in professional and technical writing from Indiana University East, Cate has also studied the insurance industry in all 50 states and Washington, D.C., assessed insurance providers and wrote about auto, property, flood, umbrella and life insurance products.

Her work on has been featured in The New York Times, Huffington Post, and MarketWatch.

Insurance is an important part of your overall financial plan.

— Cate Deventer

Cate's Latest Articles

  • Nice rural drive in Delaware with forest on either side.

    Cheapest car insurance in Delaware for 2021

    The average cost of car insurance in Delaware is $787 per year for minimum coverage and $1,775 per year for full coverage. These rates are higher than the national average annual premiums. It is not surprising [...]

    6 min read May 20, 2021
  • Rural road in New Hampshire on a bright, sunny day

    Cheapest car insurance in New Hampshire for 2021

    From the Atlantic Ocean to Lake Winnipesaukee, from Hampton Beach State Park to White Mountain National Forest, New Hampshire offers some of the most stunning vistas in the country. With so much scenery [...]

    6 min read May 20, 2021
  • Beautiful view of a bridge over the bay in Ohio.

    Cheapest car insurance in Ohio for 2021

    Drivers in Ohio pay an average of $328 annually for full coverage and $1,034 per year for full coverage car insurance. These low rates are possible due in part to the fact that, although the state has [...]

    6 min read May 19, 2021
  • A young boy leans outside the window of a family car parked on the beach in front of a sunset while his parents look on with him.

    Car insurance for 25-year-olds

    Car insurance premiums are calculated using a number of factors, and age is one of the biggest. How old you are is often an indication of how experienced you are behind the wheel of a car and what driving [...]

    8 min read May 19, 2021
  • Shot of the Wisconsin capital.

    Cheapest car insurance in Wisconsin for 2021

    In 2019, the most recent year with available data, the state of Wisconsin saw over 145,000 car crashes that injured almost 29,000 people. Tragically, over 500 people lost their lives. If you live in The [...]

    6 min read May 18, 2021
  • Twin highways in the Nebraska countryside

    Cheapest car insurance in Nebraska for 2021

    Nebraska is home to nearly 2 million people, 1.4 million of which are licensed to drive. The state saw over 36,000 car crashes in 2019. Over 17,000 people were injured and 248 were killed. Carrying car [...]

    6 min read May 17, 2021
  • couple on balcony of home overlooking ocean

    Kin Insurance review 2021

    Although Kin is a relatively new home insurance company — it was founded in 2016 — its groundbreaking approach to homeowners insurance is drawing a lot of attention. Kin prides itself on offering easy, [...]

    6 min read May 13, 2021
  • Winding highways leading in and out of Baltimore.

    Cheapest car insurance in Maryland for 2021

    Maryland is a small state, but with over 4.4 million licensed drivers, its roads are busy. In 2018, the most recent year with available data, the state saw nearly 116,000 crashes, causing 48,658 injuries [...]

    5 min read May 12, 2021