Lender’s Mortgage Insurance (also known as LMI), is associated with a loan that the lender consider to carry high risk. When a loan is worth more than 80 percent of a property’s purchase price, a lender may need an insurance to hedge the higher risk. The one-off insurance payment will protect the lender in the event when the borrower can’t afford to keep up their home loan repayments. In most of the LMI policies, a lender can make a[...]

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