Protection need not wait for the mortgage

Edwards, Roger
December 2011
Mortgage Strategy;12/5/2011, p29
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the importance of protection insurance for the first-time home buyers. It is said that it is better to take protection insurance at a young age as people are generally more healthy at young age and buying protection becomes expensive with increase in age. It is said that it is industry's responsibility to spread awareness about the importance of taking protection insurance.


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