Protection - Mortgage Related







Protection is often overlooked but is an important part of your mortgage. 


Life insurance can protect your family in the event of death to ensure the loan is fully repaid should this happen before the end of the term.

Life insurance with critical illness would repay the loan in the event of death or specified critical illnesses diagnosis, this could relieve any financial pressure of repaying the mortgage.


Income protection can pay a monthly benefit to cover mortgage payment and other out goings in the event of accident or sickness

Mortgage protection and redundancy cover could pay the mortgage payments in the event of accident sickness and redundancy.


Building insurance is a requirement of your mortgage lender to cover your property for repair in the event of insured cause.

Contents insurance is optional to cover either replacement or a monitory amount and relates to any removable items in the event of fire flood or theft or accidental damage should your policy include this.


Whilst we offer cover price only at your request from our selected partner insurers it is not a condition of having mortgage advice from us. 

Please contact us should you wish to discuss your protection requirement for full terms of individual policy cover options and price.

Life insurance

Income protection

Buildings Contents Insurance

Call us on 0333 7720 173 or send us an email at if you would like to find out more.

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The Guidance contained within this website is subject to the UK Regulatory regime and is therefore targeted at customers based in the UK.

Ashleigh Mortgages is a trading name of Keith Hunter.   We are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

The  Financial Services Register number is 628591.

Registered office address for Ashleigh Mortgages is Portland House, Belmont Business, Park Durham, DH1  1TW.

London office Ashleigh Mortgages 160 City Road, London, EC1V 2NX.

Your property may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage or any other debt secured against it.

Not all investment mortgages are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

Calls may be recorded for monitoring and to help us improve the quality of our services.

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