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In this guide, you’ll find out all the facts and features of equity release, including:

What is equity release?

Who can benefit from equity release?

What does it cost?

Important things to consider

A step by step guide to releasing equity

If you would like to know more, including how much money you may be able to release
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There’s nothing to pay unless you go ahead and you’re never under any obligation to proceed.

We’ll search the whole equity release market for you.

Only if you choose to proceed and you received your money would our advice fee of £1,695 become payable.

Equity release may involve a home reversion or a lifetime mortgage, which is secured against your property. To understand the features and risks, ask for a personalised illustration. Equity release requires paying off any existing mortgage. Any money released, plus accrued interest would be repaid upon death, or moving into long-term care.

You only continue to own your own home with a lifetime mortgage.

Plans from the whole of the market will be considered, the features mentioned and the amounts raised, are subject to the lender’s criteria, terms and conditions. These may take into account the age, health and lifestyle factors in order to provide you with an enhanced amount.

Your Advisor will tell you everything you need to know about equity release including the effect on the amount of inheritance you can leave and if your entitlement to means-tested benefits could be affected now or in the future.

If you don’t make repayments the interest will roll up over time. This will increase the size of the debt and reduce the amount that will be left to your beneficiaries when you’re gone.

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