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Ed Harris Said,
July 25th, 2008 @8:26 pm  

As a Financial Planner with more than 27 years of experience, your best bet may be a level-term policy. Often, the beneficiary on a mortgage life policy is the bank…not you.

You may NOT want to pay off the loan, depending on current interest rates.

Ed

linda Said,
August 20th, 2008 @6:36 pm  

When we first purchased our house approx. 8 years ago, I believe we signed up for mortgage insurance. However, since then, we have refinance our home a couple of times. I don’t believe we have any paperwork to back up and/or confirm that we have mortgage insurance. Is there some way to get this information? I cannot even recall who our original mortgage company was when we did this. Please advise.

January 29th, 2009 @7:12 am  

Hey its nice to see you back on blogging scene..I never knew these issues creep up with Mortgage insurance..infact i am coming upto some terms with life insurance…but a healthy post anyways

January 11th, 2010 @12:57 am  

I am determined to keep our clients away from many term products. There is a newer wisdom to life insurance which is mutual whole life products for building a financial legacy so to speak.

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