Equity Release

Ask Homeline Mortgages about equity release plans

Depending upon your personal circumstances and whether or not you wish to leave any inheritance, we will advise you on the range of equity release options available. This might be a lifetime mortgage which is a loan secured against your home and is repayable when you sell your home or you die; or a home reversion plan which involves selling part or all of your home to provide you with a tax free income or a lump sum.

Helping you make the right choices

Equity release is a fairly complex arrangement and with so many different options it can be confusing. Let the Homeline Mortgages team take some of the worry and stress from you. We will fully explain all the options you have, and provide you with a clear illustration of how it works and what you will owe.
At Homeline Mortgages we always explain our fee structure to you – ensuring there are no hidden costs and you fully understand how much you will pay for our services.

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Specialists in Equity Release

If you are age 55 or over you could be eligible to free up cash tied up in your home. There are many different equity release products on the market, and at Homeline Mortgages we can help find the most suitable equity release deal for you.
You can use the funds to spend on anything you wish, such as a luxury holiday, new car, home improvements or retirement living expenses. You can take the money you release as a lump sum, or in several smaller amounts, or a combination of both.

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