Protect Your Loved Ones

Insurance is so important. Regardless of whether you need to insure your home and the contents inside, yourself, your life and your family; it’s vital that you have a policy in place to protect yourself and your loved ones.

The Mortgage Quarter specialise in four main types of personal protection insurance. To help you understand how each of these work, follow the links below for a brief breakdown of exactly why we recommend you put this cover in place and generally, what they will cover.

Like all insurances, there are different tiers of cover and we are here to help to organise your policies to ensure that they are perfectly tailored to you, your family and your lifestyle.

It’s important to work out what support you may need if the worst was to happen so that you and your family are covered and any financial pressures don’t become an additional burden. You can also take a look at our blog post, The Importance of Personal Protection.

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The fee is up to 1% but a typical fee is 0.3% of the amount borrowed.

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