If you are aged 50 years or older you may have more options in retirement than you think. This is because of recent changes and developments from well-known high street lenders such as Nationwide.
Additionally, now could also be a good time to consider re-mortgaging due to the competitive interest rates currently available on the market. This could allow you to borrow an additional lump sum of money against your property or get a better deal-potentially saving you a significant amount of money over the term of the plan.
What are the benefits of looking in to my options?
- ✔ To get a better deal;
- ✔ To lower your currently mortgage payments;
- ✔ To borrow more tax-free money;
- ✔ To replace your interest-only mortgage;
- ✔ If your circumstances have changed and you need advice;
- ✔ To reduce or extend the length-of-term of your current mortgage; and
- ✔ To set yourself up for a better retirement.
Plus, if you are a homeowner aged 55+ you may also qualify for our equity release service... click here to find out more about our equity release service »
Benefits of choosing Age Partnership:
- ✔No upfront advice fees with nothing to pay to us unless your mortgage completes;
- ✔Great deals from across the market with leading providers; and
- ✔Receive a personalised recommendation with no-obligation to proceed.
You will also have access to your own dedicated mortgage advisor and administrator throughout the whole process, whose job it is to make things as easy and straight forward as possible for you.
Number One Customer Experience in Financial Services: We pride ourselves in the excellent service we provide our customers. With over 12 years’ experience in the financial services industry, you can rest assured that the service you receive will be nothing less than first class.
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Things to consider
Think carefully before securing debts against your home. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
We provide initial advice for free and without obligation. Only if you choose to proceed and your case completes would a fixed fee of £1,495 be payable.