We all look forward to our retirement. It's a time to enjoy the fruits of our labour: time to do those things we longed to do, but couldn't while working and bringing up our families - perhaps take an extended holiday or concentrate on hobbies and leisure activities.
The good news is that, we are living longer, staying healthier and enjoying a more active retirement - something we should all look forward to.
The bad news is that few of us have sufficient income in retirement to fulfil these dreams. Low interest rates, poor pension performance, the decline in the welfare state and the increased cost of long-term care have all reduced our retirement income. We can help you by creating equity release schemes for you.
In simple terms, home equity release is a way for you to benefit from the value of your home without having to move out of it, and in the case of a lifetime mortgage, you remain the owner of your home.
Equity release can provide you with:
At The Equity Release Bureau we provide completely independent advice on home equity release and can give you access to a wide choice of equity release schemes to find the most suitable plan to potentially boost your finances. We may be able to help save your estate thousands of pounds by finding the right equity release plan.
The home equity release guidance and/or advice contained in this website is subject to UK regulatory regime and is therefore restricted to consumers based in the UK.
The Equity Release Bureau is a trading style of Richard Martin Financial Services Limited which is Authorised and Regulated by the Financial Services Authority.
A HOME REVERSION PLAN IS A LONG TERM INVESTMENT AND A COMPLEX LEGAL ARRANGEMENT. THEREFORE YOU SHOULD SEEK INDEPENDENT LEGAL ADVICE PRIOR TO ENTERING INTO ANY HOME REVERSION PLAN.
THIS WEBSITE RELATES TO LIFETIME MORTGAGES AND HOME REVERSION PLANS. TO UNDERSTAND THE FEATURES AND RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH THESE PRODUCTS, ASK FOR A PERSONALISED ILLUSTRATION.
YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE.
Broker Fees will be payable for mortgage advice. These will be negotiable, with a minimum fee of £495. However, we will discuss your payment options with you and confirm the actual amount payable before we begin to provide our services.
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