Mortgage Protection

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The Need For My Protection Plan

 

 

 

 When you’re fit and well, protecting your mortgage is probably not something you consider a priority, after all becoming seriously ill is something that happens to ‘someone else’. However, having a mortgage will expose you and your family to risk with potentially serious consequences so it’s absolutely essential for you to determine how best to protect your mortgage.

Consider these alarming facts:
 
  • 3 out of 4 Australians will be diagnosed with a serious illness in their working life.
  • 1 in 5 working age parents will die or become seriously ill or injured.
  • 1/3 of women and a 1/4 of men will suffer from cancer during their lifetime.

You must consider the effects on your partner or family and your ability to repay your mortgage if you or your partner dies or suffers a serious medical condition.


You should think about:


How would your mortgage be repaid in the event of your death or if you suffer a serious illness or injury?


What protection you currently have?


If you don't have adequate protection, are you willing to accept the consequences?


You have an obligation to consider these questions and decide how best to protect your mortgage. Mortgage protection can provide peace of mind by helping protect you, your partner, your family and your home if you die prematurely or get seriously ill. It helps to provide dignity, control and choice in stressful times.


But I have Cover in Super dont I?




What happens if I have pre-existing medical conditions?




What about if i accidently injury myslef?





Here are some case studies on the benefits of My Protection





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David Carruthers is a credit representative (Credit Representative Number [400226]) of BLSSA Pty Ltd (Australian Credit Licence No. 391237).