What would happen if you became disabled and unable to work due to an illness or injury?
According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, almost half of all foreclosures are caused by a disability. Furthermore, one in five people suffer long-term disability before the age of 65, the Social Security Administration revealed.
Today, many households depend on two income earners in order to meet the mortgage payment and monthly expenses. Ensuring that your mortgage payment is met every month on one income or no income at all will become an overwhelming feat to families and individuals who become disabled.
Mortgage disability insurance can step in and take the burden from your shoulders and pay the bill if you’re unable to make an income. Instead of focusing on how you’re going to keep a roof over your head, mortgage disability insurance can allow you to concentrate on getting better.
Plan ahead and protect your family’s home while you can. As the saying goes, it’s better to be safe than sorry. Your family will thank you later when they have the coverage they need. It’s never too early to protect your family’s future.
If you would like to obtain a free quote, just fill out the form to your right. An experienced life insurance specialist will work with your to help create an insurance plan that will meet your coverage needs and fit your budget.
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