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Information on Over 55′s Lifetime Mortgages


A lifetime mortgage allows you to release money from your home. You can choose whether or not to make any interest payments throughout the life of the mortgage. This mortgage (as well as any accumulated interest or charges) will be repaid when you die or you move into long-term care using the money that’s generated from the sale of your home. How much money you can release from your home will depend on your age and your home’s value. To be eligible for a lifetime mortgage, you must be over 55 years old, own your own home and be a UK resident.

If you’re looking for further information on lifetime mortgages then it makes sense to get in touch with a mortgage advisor who can offer you advice that’s tailored to your unique needs and circumstances. Many over 55s join forces with Avenue Financial Services – a team of highly experienced mortgage and protection advisers.

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Avenue Financial Services will meet with you on a one to one basis in order to conduct a comprehensive analysis of your circumstances. They’ll work with you closely in order to fully understand your needs and identity a suitable mortgage solution that fits your requirements. To find out more about Avenue Financial Services, visit the website today.

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