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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 […]
26th March 2018
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Four Questions to Ask Before You Downsize

Once the children have flown the nest or a larger home becomes too much to maintain, downsizing becomes a comfortable option for many people all over […]
1st March 2018
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What is the best way to release equity from your house?

Equity release allows homeowners to use the money they have invested in their home without having to move. Whether to cover a pension shortfall or to […]
29th November 2017

Equity Release lending more popular than ever!

A quick look at the latest quarterly figures released by The Equity Release Council paints a convincing picture. Between July and September this year (Q3 2017), […]
26th June 2017

How Does Equity Release Work?

An Equity Release scheme provides a tax-free sum of money, using the value of your current home. As long as you are a UK homeowner aged […]
9th December 2016
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Should interest rates be a client’s no.1 priority?

When discussing Lifetime Mortgages, on almost every meeting with clients, the first question they ask is, what is the interest rate? There is no doubt the […]

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