Equity Release Lifetime Mortgage
ASSET RICH BUT CASH POOR. Release cash from your home with an Equity Release Lifetime Mortgage.
You Can’t Eat Bricks, so why not release some Tax Free Cash that is tied up in your home by applying for an Equity Release Lifetime Mortgage. You could use it to spend in your retirement on what ever you want. You could pay off any outstanding mortgage secured against your house leaving you nothing to pay monthly moving forward if you didn’t want to.
Equity Release refers to a range of products that lets you release tax free cash, (equity), tied up in your home. If you’re over the age of 55, you can release a lump sum or take several smaller amounts or a combination of both. You can spend it on whatever you want. You don’t have to pay back any capital or interest if you don’t want to during your lifetime freeing up cash to spend in retirement
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Does any of the above relate to you ?
If you can identify with any of the situations noted above, or you would like advice on how you could release funds tied up in your home, then please get in touch and I will arrange for a qualified mortgage adviser to meet with you to discuss the options available to you.
Keep in mind that you don’t have to have a minimum income amount or even any income at all. You also don’t require a pristine credit history or any credit history at all to qualify for this type of mortgage finance.
The older you are the better, as the percentage you can obtain against the value of your house is higher the older you are. The funds you receive are worked out as a percentage of the value of the property, less any existing mortgage you have secured against it.
Please don’t hesitate to call me if you would like to find out more and I will arrange for a Qualified Equity Release Mortgage Adviser to meet with you and discuss your options and assist you in achieving your goals and objectives.
Get in touch to receive a free quote and discover how much cash you could release from your property and at what interest rate, to assist you moving forward.