Article for Disability Insurance
I don’t sell any disability, but here’s something I would keep on hand if I did:http://money.cnn.com/galleries/2009/real_estate/0908/gallery.Life_after_foreclosure/index.html "Stephanie Thomson's troubles began when her husband Rich, a highly regarded hair designer, became disabled with neuropathy and could no longer work. The income loss made it impossible for the couple to sustain the payments on their home in a Chicago suburb". Next page, different people, same story: http://money.cnn.com/galleries/2009/real_estate/0908/gallery.Life_after_foreclosure/2.html "The coup-de-grace happened when Lori injured her back and couldn't work.
They burned through their savings and took out a second loan on the house. Their monthly mortgage bill, about $1,400 when they first bought the house, ballooned to $4,400. They started missing payments; they simply didn't have the money. They went nine months without paying.
"Oh my God, it was so horrible, the worst stress we'd ever been under," Lori says. "It sent my husband over the edge to a nervous breakdown."
By the time they were done, they owed $610,000 on a property that was worth just $550,000 when they did a short sale last year".