Are you age 55 or over?
You could access the equity in your home to help you continue to afford the things you want to do in your later years by borrowing against the value of your home without the need of making monthly repayments.
We have the expertise to help you do this in the most cost-effective way, putting in place the appropriate safeguards for you, your partner and your children.
It is possible to borrow up to 58% of the value of your home, depending on your age and the value of the property.
Interest rates are normally fixed for the life of the loan, so you will always know exactly how much you owe at any given time.
You have the right to live in your property for life (providing it remains your main residence) or until you move in to long-term care.
You don’t have to make any monthly repayments.
You have the option to take a larger sum of money from your property or request smaller sums of money when you need them.
One of our experienced professional mortgage advisors will take the time to discuss and understand your needs,
then help you understand whether a lifetime mortgage is right for you.
Or advise you if other alternatives such as a retirement interest only mortgage would be more appropriate.
At £500, our adviser fee is one of the most competitive around and is not payable until you have received a mortgage offer.
Myth 1: I will end up owing more than my home is worth
You will have a ‘no negative equity’ guarantee meaning you will never owe more than the value of your home.
Myth 2: I will have to make monthly payments with my lifetime mortgage
You will not have to make any monthly payments on the money you release. The money will be repaid via the sale of your property when you no longer need your home.
Myth 3. I will no longer own my property
There are two options for releasing equity:
Lifetime mortgage – a mortgage loan with no fixed end date, there is no transfer of ownership away from you.
Home reversion – a full or partial transfer of ownership is made but you retain the right to live in the property.
(For home reversions, we act as introducers only).
Myth 4: I cannot release equity from my home because I have still got a mortgage on it
You are able to use the funds from equity release to repay your current mortgage.
Myth 5: There will not be anything left to leave my loved ones
We are able to arrange Inheritance protection which ring-fences a proportion of the value of your home now which can be kept for your loved ones.
Still Not Sure?
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JUST SOME OF THE LENDERS WE WORK WITH
Shire Financial Services Ltd
Surrey House, 41 High Street,
Newmarket Suffolk CB8 8NA
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Country of Registration: England
Mon-Fri: 9:30am to 5:30pm
Sat and Evenings: By Appointment
We receive commission from the mortgage lender. Also, depending on mortgage type and complexity we usually charge a fee between £200-500 and for Expatriate mortgages, a fee of £800. Fees are payable upon Mortgage Offer.
THINK CAREFULLY BEFORE SECURING OTHER DEBTS AGAINST YOUR HOME. YOUR PROPERTY MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE.
SHIRE FINANCIAL SERVICES LIMITED IS AN APPOINTED REPRESENTATIVE OF SESAME LIMITED WHICH IS AUTHORISED AND REGULATED BY THE FINANCIAL CONDUCT AUTHORITY.
COMMERCIAL MORTGAGES, INCLUDING BUSINESS BUY TO LET, ARE NOT REGULATED BY THE FINANCIAL CONDUCT AUTHORITY. FOR COMMERCIAL MORTGAGES WE ACT AS INTRODUCERS ONLY.
THE FCA DOES NOT REGULATE ESTATE AGENTS, SURVEYS AND SOME FORMS OF BUY TO LET MORTGAGES.
FOR ESTATE AGENTS AND SURVEYS, WE ACT AS INTRODUCERS ONLY.
THE FCA DOES NOT REGULATE SOLICITORS AND WE ACT AS INTRODUCERS ONLY.
Equity release refers to home reversion plans and lifetime mortgages. To understand the features and risks ask for a personalised illustration.