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Use our calculator below to find out if you can take tax-free cash from your home to help pay for the things you want in retirement. Then see how much you could get.
If you want to find out about how Equity Release works and whether it’s right for you, see our Equity Release guide.
If you decide to release money from your home, the money you get would be a loan. It gets paid back after you die along with any interest, meaning the amount you have to pass on as inheritance could go down. Any means-tested benefits may also be affected.
You will speak to an adviser before releasing any money and they’ll make sure you understand the whole process.
We can tell you everything you need to know and answer any questions you might have. Call our experts at Age Partnership to find out more (call charges will vary).
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If you're looking for more information we've created a handy brochure that covers everything you need to know about Equity Release.
It’s always a good idea to understand your financial choices as much as you can. Read our helpful guides on Equity Release before you make a decision.
Learn more about what equity release is and the different options you could think about. This guide also weighs up the pros and cons to help you make a decision that’s right for you.
This guide takes an even closer look at how different types of equity release work. It also breaks down how much tax-free cash you could release from your home.
Equity Release may involve a Lifetime Mortgage which is secured against your property or a Home Reversion Plan. To understand the features and risks, ask for your personalised illustration. Equity Release requires paying off any existing mortgage. Any money released, plus accrued interest would be repaid upon death, or moving into long-term care.
Try our handy guides and tools to explore more retirement income options, including ways to take your pension money.