Study UK Mortgage Protection Insurance
When it comes to taking out UK mortgage protection insurance then you have to study it very carefully if you want to ensure that it will do the jobs itís intended to do otherwise you could not only waste your money on a policy that is not worth the paper it is written on, but will be putting your home at risk if you cannot afford to meet your monthly mortgage repayments. When taken out correctly UK mortgage protection insurance can give you a monthly tax free income with which to continue paying your mortgage for up to 12 months and with some providers for up to 24 months. The policy will begin to pay out once you have been out of work usually for a period of at least 30 consecutive days and you can choose to cover against coming out of work due to accident and sickness only, unemployment only or for accident, sickness and unemployment together. The key facts and exclusions which exist in all policies however mean that a UK mortgage protection insurance policy isnít suitable for everyone. These include some of the most common reasons which keeps people from work such as back problems and stress related illness, which most providers will not cover you for. The exclusions which are also common in policies include only being in part time work, being self-employed, retired or suffering from a pre-existing medical condition at the time or purchasing a policy.
You also have to be aware that the premiums charged for UK mortgage protection insurance also vary greatly from provider to provider and some of the premiums can be extortionate. For this reason it is essential that you get several quotes and so do shop around among the standalone providers who are much cheaper than their high street counterparts. UK mortgage protection insurance can be a great product and it can do the job itís intended to do but you have to ensure that you read the small print and understand the product you are purchasing before you buy.
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