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Protecting your home

A mortgage is often the largest financial commitment we make. But what would happen if you were unable to keep up with mortgage repayments due to an accident or illness? Mortgage protection can provide you with confidence and the reassurance that one of your most valuable assets is protected.

Missing mortgage payments doesn’t just mean you could lose out on an investment. It could place you and your family’s future at risk and leave you in a vulnerable position. You can’t always predict what will happen but mortgage protection enables you to put a safety net in place to protect both you and your family.

If your income were to stop, how long could you keep making mortgage payments for? Millions of families would find their savings are depleted quickly without a regular source of income. Whether affected by long-term illness, disability, loss of salary or death, mortgage protection can make sure that your mortgage continues to be paid. It’s a step that can provide you with peace of mind, knowing that you and your loved ones will still have a home even if something unexpected were to happen.

At Foster Denovo, we’re able to advise on suitable mortgage protection for you. Our goal is to make sure that you have complete protection should something happen whilst paying competitive premiums for your mortgage protection. We want you to have confidence in your future when taking out a mortgage and mortgage protection is an important way of achieving this.

Your next steps

Understand the right level of mortgage protection and how it fits into your wider financial plans can be difficult. We’re here to help, contact us today to book an initial meeting at no cost to you.


Your home or property may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.

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