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  • Financial Security

    What can you use Equity Release for?

    Financial Security

  • Holiday

    What can you use Equity Release for?

    Holiday

  • Home Improvements

    What can you use Equity Release for?

    Home Improvements

Perhaps you would like to fund home improvements, lifestyle enhancements 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.

*A lifetime mortgage is secured against your home. It will reduce the value of your estate and may affect your entitlement to state benefits.

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“Thank you so much for arranging our equity release mortgage. When my wife became ill, the downsize move we anticipated was out of the question. Releasing equity from our house has enabled us to concentrate on her treatment while planning the things we want to do without worrying if we can afford it. For example, our son in Thailand has a new baby so we can now fly out to see them with a little more comfort than we have in the past. You guided us through the multitude of options and considerations and found us a great deal. We wish you every success in your business.”

David and Jo Allen

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What is Equity Release?

Equity Release is the ideal, tax-free solution for those of us who are cash-poor but property-rich. Equity Release involves unlocking cash that is tied up in your property, cash on which you pay no tax but which you can spend in exactly the way that you choose.

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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 best 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 age (or age of the youngest homeowner) and your health situation.

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Case Studies

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You may not have to downsize

A couple in their late 60s who lived in a house worth £250,000 in a desirable part of Bournemouth were very worried: they thought that they would have to downsize, and move to a less attractive area, a long way away from their network of family and friends.

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Staying in the family home

A widowed grandmother whom I met, had lived in the same house for 35 years. Her pension income just covered her living expenses, so, over the years, the house had fallen into disrepair.

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Visiting family in Australia

I met a retired couple in Southampton, both of whose children had emigrated to Australia. They had not seen them for five years, and they had never even met one of their grandchildren. They simply could not afford the flights.

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Interest-only mortgage coming to an end? Let Equity Release help you pay back your original mortgage

5th November 2018

When it comes to mortgages, there are so many factors to consider. One of the most important decisions is whether to apply for a repayment mortgage or an interest-only mortgage. With a repayment mortgage, your monthly payments go towards clearing some of the original loan as well as paying the interest owed on it; with an interest-only mortgage the payments only cover the interest on the loan and you do not repay the original loan amount until the end of term.

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