Canada Life Buy to Let Equity Release


  • Remove tax-free money from your property or buy to let property
  • You don’t need to make regular monthly payments unless you want an interest-only
  • Use the money to pay off debts or other mortgages
  • Continue to stay in your home for as long as you like
  • Could be used to manage inheritance tax bills
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Canada Life Buy to Let Equity Release
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Just Retirement - Roll-Up Lifetime Mortgage

Natwest Equity Release Interest Rates

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More2Life Equity Release

Just Lifetime Mortgages

Hodge Lifetime Mortgages

Disadvantages of Interest Only Lifetime Mortgages

Monthly payment equity release can reduce your estate value. Home reversion schemes may impact ability to claim entitlements. You may need to pay a legal fee and you could be exposed to changes in interest rates with some products.

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UK Equity Release Providers

  • Sunlife Plans
  • Norwich Union
  • Age Partnership
  • AA equity release

Canada Life Buy to Let Equity Release

The lender will want to know if the property is a Freehold terraced house or a Leasehold flat and if the resident is an AST Tenant.

Equity Release Loan To Value on BTL property

  • 55% monthly payment lifetime mortgage Aegon
  • 50% loan to value lumpsum lifetime mortgages Norton Finance
  • 35% loan to value (LTV) lump sum lifetime mortgages West One
  • 25% loan to value monthly payment equity release Spring Finance
  • 40% LTV monthly payment equity release Optimum Credit
  • 30% loan to value lumpsum lifetime mortgages Clydesdale Bank PLC


Equity release is common among business owners like below

  • Temporary employment agency activities Newport
  • Manufacture of lifting and handling equipment Shifnal
  • Renting and leasing of recreational and sports goods Chorley
  • Construction of roads and motorways Penwortham
  • Information technology consultancy activities Hounslow
  • Processing and preserving of fish, crustaceans and molluscs Amble
  • Growing of beverage crops Ashby Woulds
  • Other retail sale of new goods in specialised stores not commercial art galleries and opticians Arlesey
  • Manufacture of other technical ceramic products Flitwick
  • Gathering of wild growing non-wood products Leominster
  • Environmental consulting activities Newbiggin-by-the-Sea
  • Repair of machinery Westerham
  • Manufacture of electronic components Medlar-with-Wesham
  • Other telecommunications activities Lowestoft
  • Casting of steel Heywood
  • Television programme distribution activities Driffield
  • Sale of other motor vehicles Cleobury Mortimer
  • Wholesale of fruit and vegetable juices, mineral water and soft drinks Waltham Abbey
  • Portrait photographic activities Mildenhall
  • Manufacture of paper and paperboard Fowey
  • Data processing, hosting and related activities Dunstable

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Natwest Equity Release On Second Homes

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Equity Release percentages of your current property value

The more elderly you are and the more serious your illnesses you are the more money you can release.

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It’s very regular to find people seeking out lump sum lifetime mortgages, monthly payment lifetime mortgage or lifetime mortgage with flexible drawdown cash release, however, Age Partnership like The Exeter Equity Release are keen to see paperwork to show your circumstances in the form of pension statements.

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Hodge Lifetime - Lump Sum Lifetime Mortgage
Getting Equity Release For Buy to Let Property

Equity Release can be a life-saver for old people who find themselves unexpectedly in need of money, often on small salaries even though living in second-hand properties worth far less than several hundred thousand pounds. With a simple loan taken out against the property, a lump sum or an income is taken from the property and then a fixed-rate mortgage is taken out. However, what does this mean for someone who wants to sell a Lloyds Banking Group (LGB) home?

Many lenders in London take equity release as an option for a property sale. When you take home, with the loan being taken out against the value of the property, a cash amount is taken by the lender and this cash is put into an escrow account.

When this escrow is closed, your Lloyds Banking Group home will be sold to the highest bidder. If you have any payments still due for your property, you will be sent a letter from the seller informing you of your rights. In these situations, you are entitled to a repayment from the escrow.

For some other home purchases, equity release does not always apply. In such cases, you may have to pay the entire mortgage amount upfront, and then take a lump sum payment over the remaining term. It is important to note that you will have to pay for the lump sum out of pocket. You cannot borrow it from the lender, as you will not receive any interest.

There are different ways that you can get an equity release when selling your LGB home in London. If you live in the City or the suburbs of London, then you can usually take equity release to the bank directly. This will often happen if you are planning to sell your property within the City. If you reside in the suburbs, you may have to apply to the lender by sending a written application to them.

The main advantage of equity release is that you can get it through a traditional home sale in London without the hassle of applying to another lending institution. However, there is a downside. Because it is a short-term loan, your property can be sold in the market for a lower price, so you will need to do the necessary research before you decide to take out an equity release.

A property in the UK’s capital market is no longer as hard to find as it used to be, so you can find a property in London that suits your needs in a shorter period of time. Some lenders have websites on their websites which will help you search for a property in London. The website will also give you an overview of the available properties that are available, and this will make it easier for you to contact the lenders who have the property that interests you.

There are also lenders in London that have an online application facility, which allows you to find a property in London in a matter of seconds. You can use this facility to submit your application and obtain a quotation of the loan you need to buy your property. All you need to do is enter your contact details and then wait for a quote. The loan can be used to pay off the mortgage, pay for the deposit, pay a solicitor and get a valuation done on your property, allowing you to see exactly what the total cost of the transaction will be.

Another benefit of equity release is that you can get your property up for sale at a much lower price than you could if you were to apply for a mortgage. Your lender will often charge a higher interest rate for equity release than they would for a traditional home loan, so you will have to pay for the entire lump sum in advance. If you are interested in buying a property in London, you will want to compare the rates of interest charged for equity release from various lenders to ensure that you get the cheapest possible rates of interest.

If you are planning to sell your property in London, you will also want to consider other types of loans in addition to the equity release. It is important that you check the terms and conditions of the loan you are interested in taking out and make sure that you understand it fully before you sign on the dotted line. The last thing you need is to find out that the loan is not going to be right for you, after all, and that you can’t sell your property because of the loan that you took out.

Once you are in possession of your home, you will then want to keep in mind that equity release has many other advantages. If you decide to buy a new property in the future, you can borrow a larger amount of money for this purpose and you can also extend the terms of the loan to include additional years. If you are interested in purchasing a second home, you may be able to borrow a larger amount than you could for the first one.

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equity release products
Pure Retirement - Classic Super Lite Plan

  • Aviva Flexible Voluntary Repayment Plan
  • Hodge Lifetime Flexible Voluntary Repayment Plan
  • Just Retirement Equity Release Schemes
  • Stonehaven Interest Select Plan
  • HSBC Equity Release Schemes
  • Lloyds Bank Lifetime Mortgage
  • More to Life Flexi Choice Drawdown Lite Plan
  • Aviva Lifetime Mortgages for Pensioners
  • Hodge Lifetime Flexible Drawdown Plan
  • Liverpool Victoria LV Equity Release Plans
  • Pure Retirement Equity Release
  • Stonehaven Interest Select Plan
  • NatWest Lifetime Mortgage
  • Age Partnership Lifetime Mortgage
  • More2Life Tailored Choice Plan
  • Just Retirement Interest Only Lifetime Mortgage
  • Liverpool Victoria LV Equity Release Plans
  • More 2 Life Tailored Choice Plan
  • Nationwide Equity Release Schemes
  • TSB Equity Release
  • NatWest Interest Only Lifetime Mortgage
  • Aviva Equity Release
  • Canada Life Voluntary Select Gold
  • HSBC Equity Release


Towns in the UK where retirement mortgages are routine

  • Wisbech
  • Wigton
  • Barton-upon-Humber
  • Dover
  • Dronfield
  • Hastings
  • Ashington
  • Leominster
  • Leiston
  • Grimsby
  • Scarborough
  • Haslingden
  • Ilford
  • Launceston