Lifetime Mortgages

Complete financial advice from the Homeline team

At Homeline Mortgages (and our sister company Baggette & Co Wealth Management) we offer integrated independent financial advice. We can help you look at your retirement income and tax efficiencies, including inheritance tax planning.
We can help you work out whether a lifetime mortgage is right for you. A lifetime mortgage is a long-term loan secured against your home, and is repaid when you die or go into long-term care.

Lifetime Mortgages – Friendly advice, clear fee structure

Talk to the team at Homeline Mortgages for information and advice on equity release (Lifetime Mortgages). We can explain our fee structure to you – with no hidden charges.
We will arrange a full personal illustration and there will be no pressure to proceed unless you are completely happy with the arrangements.

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Specialists in Lifetime Mortgages

At later stages in our lives, our property is most likely to be our biggest asset. Many people choose to use the equity in their homes to free up cash to spend on whatever they choose.
A lifetime mortgage is a popular type of equity release. It’s a long-term loan which is secured on your property. The amount you can borrow depends on your age and the value of your property. You won’t have to make any repayments before the end of the plan.
At Homeline Mortgages we understand every type of mortgage available on the market from first time buyers to lifetime mortgages. Because we are independent advisers, we can look at the current range of lifetime mortgages available and can prepare a personal illustration which fully explains how much cash you can release, and the full repayment details at the end of the mortgage term.

Free up the cash in your home with a lifetime mortgage

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  • No upfront fees
  • Friendly and supportive advisors
  • Experts in the first time buyer market
  • We don’t bamboozle you with complicated paperwork
  • Offices in Bournemouth, Poole and Reading
  • Lots of happy customers
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