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3rd December 2019
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Equity release for under 55s: what are your options?

Equity release can be a fantastic way to free up cash that is tied up in your property – with options including taking a lump sum, […]
8th November 2019
How do I release money from my house

How can I release money from my house?

For residential property owners in the UK, your home is most likely to be probably your largest asset. Whether or not the mortgage is paid off, […]
13th June 2019
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Equity Release FAQs

Find answers to the most commonly asked questions about equity release in our blog here. If you can’t find the answer to your question below, or […]
25th April 2019
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Equity release and how it affects your family

Making a huge life-changing financial decision such as equity release requires a lot of thought. Your decision to release equity from your property not only affects […]
14th March 2019
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Using equity release to pay off an interest-only mortgage

If you are a homeowner without sufficient savings to pay off an interest-only mortgage, you may want to consider equity release as an option. In this […]
22nd February 2019
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What is a lifetime mortgage?

A lifetime mortgage is a type of loan secured against your property. It is one way of boosting income in later life. Unlike a conventional mortgage, […]

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