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Improving the quality of your retirement with a lifetime mortgage may mean the peace of mind to plan more leisure time to relax or explore new places. You may want to take an extra-long holiday with friends and family wherever they may be going.
For you, a great retirement may also mean making more money available to eat out at your favourite restaurants on a regular basis or money to indulge your hobbies and take up a challenging new pastime. It could be as simple as visits to National Trust properties being part of your life – and having the garden you’ve always wanted.
Taking a lifetime mortgage is a big decision as it creates a debt on your home and the loan will literally last a lifetime. As we charge interest on the total loan amount, plus any interest already charged, the amount you’ll owe will grow quickly. Your adviser will encourage you to look at your other savings and investments, and other options to borrow money to see if these are a better option than a lifetime mortgage. If you would still like to explore a lifetime mortgage, they will help you proceed to an application.
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