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25th October 2018
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Is a Lifetime Mortgage right for you?

Lifetime Mortgages are one way of releasing equity that’s in your home while being able to continue living there. The principle is that you take out […]
13th September 2018

Nationwide Economic Update September

Nationwide’s Chief Economist, Robert Gardner, shares his views on the outlook for the UK economy, housing and mortgage market and house prices, in this latest quarterly […]
29th August 2018
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What’s the best Equity Release scheme?

“What’s the best equity release scheme?” “Where can I get the best deal on a reverse mortgage?” “Which provider will give me the best rates?” As […]
3rd August 2018

Economic Update from Robert Gardner, Nationwide

Nationwide’s Chief Economist, Robert Gardner, shares his views on the outlook for the UK economy, housing and mortgage market and house prices, in this latest quarterly […]
2nd August 2018

Is Your Home Fully Protected?

Your home is probably the most important thing you own but have you considered what would happen if the worst should happen? Ensure your home is […]
30th June 2018
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Why do people choose Equity Release?

According to the Equity Release Council, more people than ever are choosing equity release as a way of unlocking funds that are tied up in their […]

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