Later Life Lending Fees

We care about our clients, so much so, that we don’t charge an upfront fee for our advice to ensure that our clients don’t feel that they have to proceed.

Each person who contacts us, has very personal and individual needs. Our objective is to ensure that we give clients the time to share this information, as well as to ask the questions that are needed to understand their situation. 

We care about our clients, if our products don’t meet their needs, we will tell them. We have testimonials that show how much we care.

 

What makes us Different

  • Appointments at either the clients home or our comfortable offices in Knowle. We also offer video calls,  if this is an option that our clients are comfortable with.
  • We have gained a strong reputation in the industry and are often asked for our opinions on client perception and product innovation. We are award winners in our field.
  • We take the time to understand client needs and motivations before we look to give any advice.
  • Family members are encouraged to be part of the advice process, if the client wishes to involve them, so that everyone understands things and can raise questions.
  • Any advice that we provide has your best interests at heart.
  • Ensure you get high quality and independent Legal Advice.
  • Make you aware of any other Government benefits or Grants which may be available to you before you commit to any Equity Release Finance.
Advice Fees
£995
in total
£195 is due upon application

£800 is due on completion

Total = £995

NB. We will also receive commission from the lender. If you do not choose to proceed with an application no fees are due.

Learn more about Later Life Lending (Equity Release)

Why look at Later Life Lending?

Releasing equity can be used in a variety of different ways and can be helpful for over 55’s to provide an income if needed. Learn more about how you can use Later Life Lending.

What is Later Life Lending?

Releasing equity  is a “Tax Free” way of “unlocking” or “releasing” capital tied up in the property you own and live in, these funds can be used as you wish. Learn more about what Later Life Lending is.

Lifetime Mortgages

There are two main types of lifetime mortgage schemes – reversions schemes and lifetime mortgages – and choosing the right one is absolutely crucial. Learn more about which may be best for you.

Call us today to discuss your needs or send us your enquiry