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Perhaps you would like to fund home improvements or that dream holiday. Maybe you need cash to supplement your income, pay off debts or to help your children onto the property ladder. Equity Release can be the route to all of these financial goals, as it unlocks the money currently tied up in your property. We would be happy to discuss your situation in confidence, and without charge or obligation of any kind.

Kevin Woods works for The Equity Release Experts provides whole of market advice.

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““Hi Kevin, I am now settled in my new bungalow and can't thank you enough for the great deal you negotiated on my behalf. I honestly believe my purchase of this lovely bungalow would not have happened without you. Again my grateful thanks. ”

Carole Willison, Bournemouth

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*Testimonials and case studies used across the site are personal to Kevin and are not reflective of the service provided whilst advising for The Equity Release Experts.

What is Equity Release?

Equity Release could be the ideal, tax-free solution for those of us who are cash-poor but property-rich. Equity Release involves unlocking some of the tax-free cash that is tied up in your property, which you can spend in a variety of ways.

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Why use Kevin Woods?

There are many Equity Release experts out there, so why should you consider talking to me as opposed to anyone else? The first thing I would say is, please do talk to someone! It is so important to identify firstly whether Equity Release is right for you, and secondly, which plan will work for your circumstances and your future.

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For a guide to the maximum amount you could potentially release from your home, why not ask us now? Totally without obligation, this service gives you an indication of the amount of money that could be available based solely upon the value of your property. The actual amount will also be dependent upon your lifestyle (or age of the youngest homeowner) and your health situation.

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When your pension income just isn’t enough to pay for your retirement years.

When Mrs K realised that she needed to find more money because her pension income was not enough to afford her daily living costs, she made enquiries about Equity Release and was happily surprised by what she found out.

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It’s so lovely not having to worry about the money!

When Mr and Mrs T reached the time in their lives when they wanted to start to enjoy life a little more, they turned to some of the wealth in their property as a way to finance their later year dreams.

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Equity Release - a life changing decision!

When David and Josephine needed to find a way to pay off their existing interest-only mortgage and fund essential medical treatment, releasing equity from their property seemed to provide them with the solution they needed.

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Switch your equity release plan today and potentially save £1000s!

5th May 2021

When was your existing equity release plan last reviewed? With current interest rates as low as 2.9% APR, a switch could save you more than you may imagine.

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Equity release will reduce the value of your estate and may also affect your entitlement to means-tested benefits. You should always think carefully before securing a loan against your home.

Unless you decide to go ahead, our service is completely free of charge as our usual advice fee of 1.99% of the amount released would only be payable on completion of a plan, subject to a minimum advice fee of £1499.

A lifetime mortgage is the most popular form of equity release, and is a loan secured against your home that’s typically repaid when you pass away or go into long-term care.

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