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Find information on equity release for over 55s


Equity release allows you to take advantage of and benefit from the equity tied up with your property. Equity release allows people over the age of 55 to release tax-free cash from the value of their property. This money can either be withdrawn as a lump sum or through flexible withdrawals, while others use it as income to supplement a retirement allowance. The equity release tax-free cash can then be spent on anything you wish.

There are two main types of equity release schemes: lifetime mortgages and home reversion plans. Before settling on a scheme you need to establish what is right for you and your individual circumstances. What you need is impartial, professional equity release advice from someone you can trust. Do you need to find information on equity release for over 55s? Look to Avenue Financial Services for all the advice and information you need.

Avenue Financial Services comprises a team of experienced mortgage and protection advisers. We will listen to you to understand your wishes and requirements before providing you with the right solutions. We offer free consultations and all the guidance and advice you might be looking for.

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