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Compare Income & Mortgage Protection Insurance

Income and mortgage protection are both types of payment protection insurance with slightly different aims.

  • Income insurance – Aims to cover a proportion of your income that is lost through illness, accident or unemployment
  • Mortgage insurance – Aims to cover a proportion of your monthly mortgage repayments

So, which one out of income and mortgage protection you choose will depend on your circumstances. Or, you can choose a payment protection policy which covers a proportion of your income and mortgage, as well as other financial commitments, such as credit card and loan payments. With each policy, benefits are payable for temporary period, with a maximum of 12 months. Find out more and get started with an instant online quote, fill in a quick form through the link above.

Short Term Mortgage Insurance - Online Quotes
ProviderType of InsuranceMaximum CoverSpecial FeaturesGet Quotes
Short Term Mortgage InsuranceUp to £2,000 per month or 65% of Gross Salary (whichever is lower)Price Beat Guarantee - Widest Cover - Online QuotesGet Quotes >
  • Price Beat Guarantee
  • New Mortgage or Re-mortgage
  • Benefit Period - 12 months
  • Maximum Benefit - £2,000 or 65% of gross salary (whichever is lower)
  • Bonus & Commission taken into account
  • No Initial Exclusion Period
  • FREE Cover - 3 Months 
  • Back to work support
  • No discrimination on age, postcode or being a smoker
  • Agency workers covered
  • Must be in full time work living in the UK, Channel Islands or Isle of Man and aged 18 or over
  • Must have been continuously employed for at least 6 months prior to policy start date
  • Must not be aware of any impending unemployment or aware of any circumstances that might lead to becoming a carer
  • Must not be subject to any on-going enquiry or disciplinary from an employer
  • Must not be convicted of any criminal offence
  • Must not be off work due to ill health