Crunch provides protection silver lining

May 2008
Mortgage Strategy;5/19/2008, p18
Trade Publication
The author discusses the need to incorporate protection products in mortgage lending in the presence of credit crunch. He cites the effective approach in selling protection to customers as well as notes the significance of the media in making customers become aware of the importance of protection cover. He further states that commission from protection products would increase the income of brokers despite adverse market conditions.


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