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Equity Release

From the 2023 Mortgage Broker of the Year for later life lending. Equity release allows you to borrow against the value of your property without having to sell it. Contact our Bristol based team for expert advice


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You can either borrow against the value of your home or sell all or part of it in exchange for a lump sum or a regular monthly income (although this is becoming less common). Some plans give you the option to “draw down” further equity (cash) at a later date, based on your requirements.We are proud to be a member of the equity release council the official industry body for the UK equity release sector. So if you’re looking for equity release in Bristol, get in touch today.

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Equity Release Advice

Equity release is designed to help those aged 55 plus who either own their property outright or have relatively small mortgages left to pay. Although you can use it to boost your borrowing power and buy a bigger property.

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You can either take out a loan against your home or sell part or all of it to a third party who gives you the right to live in it for life. You can also pay the interest each month, pay part of it or add it to the loan and pay nothing.

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If you pay nothing, the loan is repaid upon your death or if you move into long term care and are unlikely to return. A lifetime mortgage is a long term commitment which could accumulate interest and is secured against your home. Equity release is not right for everyone and may reduce the value of your estate.

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Is there an alternative to equity release?

Before taking out an equity release plan, you should check what the alternatives are. For instance, you may have other investments, savings or assets to draw on, or you may wish to continue some form of paid work. You could downsize to a smaller property or one of lower value – perhaps by moving to a smaller home or to a different part of the UK where house prices are cheaper. Alternatively, you could look at more traditional mortgages.

Who qualifies for equity release?

Equity release is designed to help customers aged 55 plus who either own their property outright or have relatively small mortgages left to pay, although you can use it to buy a property as well.A lifetime mortgage is a long-term commitment which could accumulate interest and is secured against your home. Equity release is not right for everyone and may reduce the value of your estateSo if you’re looking for an expert Equity Release adviser approved by the Equity Release Council then contact us today.Please feel free to use the contact form or book an appointment online. Visit out contact us page if you would like to call or email us.

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