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Is Mortgage Protection Insurance Really Worth The Cost?

 


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Most of the people who own their homes never take time out to think of what would happen if they suddenly couldn't make their mortgage payments. But day after day people find themselves getting ill, a death might have occurred in the family or some other form of event preventing them from having enough funds to pay their mortgage bills. In order to have that extra protection, its necessary to get mortgage insurance.

A lot of the people purchasing a home and financing a mortgage are young and healthy people. They don't take time to look into what the future may hold and how it could interfere with their ability to make money. Accidents and illness, however, do happen and unless you have mortgage protection in place, you'll be held full responsible for making your payments even if you are not fit to do so.

Many people find themselves being hurt in a car accident. Depending on what you do for a living, you may not be able to work for weeks or months if involved in a serious car accident. And even though you may get some sort of compensation for your injury, that may take a while, sometimes years. Meanwhile you are stuck with a mortgage and no means of paying it. If your mortgage protection plan includes coverage for accidents, they will make your payments until you are able to return to back to work.

The same thing with getting ill. Strokes, heart problems, cancer strike all the time and does not discriminate any age. A serious illness can prevent you from working the same way. Without a steady salary coming in, you risk the chance of losing your home to foreclosure. Having the right policy in place can cover you once you are no longer able to work. Usually a doctor is given your case and based on what he or she finds will help determine what you are covered for and how long. That is a good thing to have in place and not to worry about if, lets say, you have someone very ill worry about.

Most of the companies involved with financing of homes will have these types of policies available to the purchaser. The person working with you during the loan process will usually offer mortgage protection as an add on. Most folks turn it down thinking that they could save a few bucks a month without it. So ask yourself if you can afford not to have mortgage insurance protection. Just think about what you may risk losing if you don't have it and the long term effects of a serious illness or accident.

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