EL DORADO HILLS businesswoman Wendy Beasy of Beasy Partners Insurance Services finds her clients the lowest rates and the policy that best suits their needs. Village Life photo by Krysten Kellum


It’s a policy to save money at Beasy Partners Insurance Services

By May 26, 2011

EL DORADO HILLS businesswoman Wendy Beasy of Beasy Partners Insurance Services finds her clients the lowest rates and the policy that best suits their needs. Village Life photo by Krysten Kellum

Why hunt for low insurance rates when Beasy Partners Insurance Services will find the lowest insurance rates for you at no additional cost? Wendy Beasy, owner and agent, knows the insurance business inside and out so she’ll find the best deal and customize your policy to maximize savings.

The 46-year-old El Dorado Hills resident started her business in 2002 after a 12-year career as a Marriott Hotel manager. The business grew and in 2008 was officially named Beasy Partners Insurance Services with a little help from husband Jay Beasy, 46.

“I find the best value for my clients. We are going to shop their policies to all of our companies,” Wendy said, noting, “We are an independent agency. We only use good quality financial agencies.”

There are many ways to get the lowest insurance rates without sacrificing necessary coverage. That’s what Wendy does and she’s darn good at it. It makes perfect sense to take advantage of her insurance services because working with an independent agent like Wendy saves time and money. There are no broker fees or extra costs.

“I had a business finance career and customer service background. It was the perfect business to get into. I love helping my clients and I am very detail oriented,” Wendy said.

Once you’ve settled on the company and policy that is right for you Wendy remains your insurance agent. “I will be your point of contact throughout the policy which is hopefully forever,” she explained. Beasy Partners offers all types of insurance including home, auto, small business, excess liability, and can cover all the toys like boats or snowmobiles.

“If I see one company increase the cost of a policy that could hit somebody hard I can move that client to another company,” Wendy said with a helpful tip for any insured party: “It’s important for people to review their policies on a regular basis and make sure your agent is getting you the discounts you qualify for.”

“Depending on where you live, all of the companies offer different discounts. There are also discounts for certain professions,” Wendy said, listing a few examples like accountants and teachers. New homebuyers also qualify for lower rates. One great way to save is with a multi-policy credit of up to 30 percent. That’s why combining a home and auto coverage policy is the way to go.

Beasy Partners is also licensed in surrounding states for clients who would like to group out-of and in-state insurance policies.

“We are able to help anyone with insurance needs and we are still small enough where they will get personal service. You won’t be just another client,” Wendy said.

When Wendy isn’t in her office typing up a new policy or on the phone with an insurance company you might find her with a tennis racquet in hand at the sports club. In fact Wendy’s whole family is pretty athletic with daughter Emily, 16, facing her off on the tennis court, son Tanner, 10, playing football and baseball on the team dad Jay coaches. Her oldest son Kyle, 19, is off to college at Oregon State.

For more information about Beasy Partners Insurance Services call (916) 939-0380 or send Wendy Beasy an e-mail at wbeasy@sbcglobal.net.


Krysten Kellum


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