100% independentNot tied to any lender so we compare the whole market.
SafeguardsA no negative equity guarantee comes as standard.
Honest adviceExpert advice with no pressure or obligation to proceed.
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The facts about equity release
Spend the money however you like
Popular uses include repaying debts or an interest-only mortgage, making home improvements and helping loved ones.
Get a fixed low rate for life
Interest rates have dropped in recent years with many plans now below 3%. This is fixed for the life of the plan.
Still provide an inheritance
To be sure of leaving an inheritance for your loved ones some plans enable you to protect a percentage of your property.
No negative equity guarantee
Whatever happens to the value of your home you can never owe more than the price it’s sold for, meaning no debt can be passed on.
Repayments your way
There are typically no monthly repayments to make, but with some plans you can make payments to reduce interest.
Live in your home for life
You have the right to live in your home (rent free) for life: until you pass away or move into long-term care.
Don’t just take our word for it
Can I say a huge thank you for all your time and patience in explaining and ensuring that I have the best contract for my needs. It was clear that your guidance was not money driven but a concern for my future welfare and again I thank you. I would have no hesitation in recommending your services to anyone in the future.
Mrs C Trigg, Nottinghamshire
From the outset our adviser encouraged us to explore our scepticism thoroughly and this inspired confidence. He listened patiently and carefully assessed our rather complicated set of requirements. He acted in a totally professional yet friendly way, continuously ensuring that we had understood the options and the implications of any decisions to be made. He encouraged us to move at our own pace, retracing steps – sometimes several times – ensuring that equity release was right for us.
Mr and Mrs JD, Berkshire
My husband and I were very happy with the advice our adviser gave to us re equity release. There were several questions I had in relation to releasing some money but had not thought them through. Our adviser explained everything very clearly and I didn’t feel the push to go ahead some firms give. I felt that either way the decision was ours to proceed or not.
Mrs Colley, Wales
Our adviser James was extremely helpful and went through all options with us. He listened to what we wanted and explained everything and took his time.
What really impressed me with James was that instead of thinking of himself he was genuinely trying to find the best option for us, which in today’s world does not happen. I would certainly recommend James to anyone as he is honest, reliable and makes you feel at ease.
Mrs D Pepper, Lancashire
Safeguards for you and your beneficiaries
As members of the Equity Release Council, all of the plans we recommend meet their standards, so that you:
- Have the right to remain in your home for as long as you want, or until you move into full time residential care
- Have the freedom to move to another property without financial penalty (subject to criteria)
- Will never owe more than the value of your home with the no negative equity guarantee
It’s important you know
Throughout your equity release journey your dedicated adviser will be with you every step of the way. They will help you to decide if it’s right for you, without obligation and without it costing you a penny.
Should you decide to go ahead we offer UK whole of market advice which we charge a fee of £995 for, payable only on completion.
If you are considering equity release, we recommend that you read through ‘Things to think about‘. Equity release will reduce the value of your estate and may affect your entitlement to means-tested benefits.Things to think about