Equity release is a form of borrowing that lets you release the equity of your home, either as a lump sum or monthly payments. You won't repay the loan until you have died, where your home will likely be sold to cover the cost of the debt.
Equity Release enables you to release cash from your property. There are two option, a drawdown lifetime mortgage is allowing you to release the money monthly or a Lifetime mortgage Lump Sum, which pays the released cash in one payment to your account.
Here at Money Savings Advice, we have partnered with some of the UK’s leading Equity Release brokers. They have already helped thousands of people get the best Equity Release deal, and they can do the same for you.
Choosing an independent adviser means they won’t recommend a scheme unless they are sure it is in your best interests. Their advice is also regulated by the FCA, which gives you an additional layer of protection.
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