Lifetime Mortgages

A lifetime mortgage is a loan secured against your property that allows you to free up some of the wealth you have in your home while you still live there. The loan has an indefinite term, which means you still own your home. Interest can "roll up" on top of the loan, so that you don't have to make any monthly payments. In these cases, the interest and loan are both paid off when the youngest borrower passes away or moves into permanent care, at which point the property is normally sold. Or you can pay the interest each month if you prefer, via vountary repayments.

Lifetime mortgages can be beneficial for a number of reasons, and are often taken out to:

  • Help children or grandchildren to get on the property ladder
  • Make home improvements
  • Repay an existing mortgage
  • Reconcile debts
  • Assist with Inheritance Tax liability planning
  • Increase monthly income
  • Travel and go on holiday
  • Buy a new property to live in

A lifetime mortgage will reduce the value of your estate, will not be suitable for everyone and may affect your entitlement to state benefits. Speak to us to find out if this is the right option for you.

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Mortgage Advice. The choice of interest rate and product terms will depend on your circumstances and the amount of the mortgage. Before you make a mortgage application, we will carry out a full review to establish your needs and preferences and if you meet the criteria, we will give advice and make a recommendation to you. There may be a fee for mortgage advice. All mortgages are subject to status. Please note that all products show an indicative rate only and may not be suitable for you. You must be 18 or over.

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