Downloads

If you would like to find out more about the different ways in which Equity Release could help you and your family, why not download one of our easy to read guides to learn more about it.

Are your Parent(s) thinking about Equity Release?

Are your Parent(s) thinking about Equity Release?

Download your FREE guide on how make sure your Parent(s) make the right choice about equity release? Topics covered include:

  • Are your parents eligible for equity release?
  • Do they need professional advice or can they/we do it all ourselves?
  • How to raise the subject in the first place?
  • The right places to ask for advice
  • Where to look online?
Download my FREE guide

Free equity release guide to unlocking the cash from your home

Free equity release guide to unlocking the cash from your home

Your free equity release guide will walk you through the ins and outs of equity release clearly and without jargon. Find out…

  • If you can still move home
  • Whether you have to take the money in one go
  • If you can protect your inheritance
  • Whether you can remain in your home for the rest of your life
  • Why there are no monthly repayments
Download my FREE guide

Why not get in touch and see how we can help?

Equity release could be the answer to some of your financial questions. If you would like to know more about it, and see if it could be the right option for you, please book an appointment or request a call-back

Providers include

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Pure Retirement
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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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