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Knowing what to look for when getting an equity release can help homeowners avoid making costly mistakes or risk losing money. Whether getting an equity release is a safe or wise decision will likely depend on a person’s financial standing along with many factors and priorities along the way.
5 key reasons why equity release is becoming so popular:
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The amount of equity you can release depends on your age, house value, and on how much of your mortgage is paid off. Most people release between 20-50% of the equity in their home, typically between £10,000-£100,000.
Because house prices have risen over the years, the equity you have in yours could be significant.
For example, if your home is worth £250,000 and you have an outstanding mortgage of £50,000, you would have £200,000 equity.
To find out how much equity you could release, try our 60 second calculator below.
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Based on this information, you could release between:
You may be able to take this as a lump sum, or in smaller instalments as and when you need them.
Any remaining mortgage you have on your property will need to be repaid using the money you release.
Remember this is just an estimate and it is worth calling us for a personal illustration.
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