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Berkeley Alexander launches mortgage protection product

Sussex-based underwriting agency Berkeley Alexander has launched what it says is the UK&#39s most competitively priced mortgage protection.


Premiums in the &#39safety-first&#39 range from £2.25 per £100 of monthly benefit with a 90-day excess to £3.00 per £100 with a 30 day excess.


It also provides up to 12 monthly tax free benefits up to £2,500 per month or 75 per cent of normal income, whichever is less.


Managing partner Ted Yorke says:”Despite the demise of a job for life and the worsening economic outlook we have pulled out all the stops to achieve this market leading product.”

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