I’m a strong believer in having some form of insurance in place when taking on a mortgage because you just never know what’s around the corner.
Whilst I can understand people look at this as just another expense and may not see the importance in it ask yourself – “how will I pay the mortgage if something were to happen to me and I could no longer work?”.
As part of the planning and application process for a home
Home & contents and landlord insurance
When purchasing a new home or investment property one of the conditions from the lender will be that the property must have building insurance. To streamline the whole purchasing process and take the pressure of you, I can assist with getting a quotation for home and contents insurance and landlord insurance.
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