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Hi Anon, you could ask an independent financial advisor like me for a comparison from multiple insurers for mortgage insurance. If you'd like to keep your confidentiality, you could drop me an email at [email protected] with your date of birth, gender, smoking status, the sum assured, policy term, and whether you'd like to get a joint-life or single life policy. I'll be able to let you know what are the cheapest options available. :)

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Haven't seen a group mortgage policy yet but the same cons apply to group policies. 1) You don't own the policy. 2) T&Cs can change without your discretion. 3) Premiums can change for better or worse. 4) You might not be able to carry on the policy after leaving the "group". Pro: 1) Cheaper. For anything as important as leaving a huge liability that you know your family won't be able to handle, make sure you have full control and rights to the insurance policy meant to help you out. Just get a private policy.
About Tokio Marine TM Mortgage Protection
Product NameTokio Marine TM Mortgage Protection
Term Period10 to 30 years
Rider(s)Critical Illnesses

About Tokio Marine TM Mortgage Protection

Coverage: Death and Total & Permanent Disability

Premium Payment Term: 3 years shorter than the policy term

Available Interest Rates: 0% - 9.75% (in steps of 0.25%)

You can choose to purchase a single or joint life plan, such that the remaining sum assured will be paid at the first occurrence of unfortunate event on any of the joint policy owners. The remaining sum assured is payable in one lump sum.