An Equity Release mortgage is a lifetime mortgage secured against your home. It is presumed the mortgage loan will be repaid upon your death.
Equity Release mortgages is a growing market, becoming much more competitive than you may have seen before. With lenders now competing over an ageing population, we can explain in plain English the benefits, as well as the potential drawbacks. An Equity Release mortgage is not something to rush into. At Equity Release Mortgage Advice we’ll take the time to talk you and your family through all of the options to help you decide if it is right for you. We always have a minimum of two, full, face-to-face meetings to make sure you have every opportunity to ask whatever questions you wish to.
If you decide to move forward with an equity release mortgage, we’ll help you find the best lender and product for you, in this fast changing sector.
We charge a fixed fee of £995, regardless of the value of your home or mortgage, which is only payable upon completion. If for some reason you decide not to go ahead with your mortgage, no fee will be charged.
A lifetime mortgage is secured against your home. You should always think carefully before securing a loan against your property
Equity Release Mortgage Advice is a subsidiary of JLM Mortgage Services Ltd. JLM is one of the fastest organically grown mortgage networks in the UK; privately owned, enabling us to put our customers first. Our customers are at the heart of everything we do.
Equity Release Mortgage Advice is an appointed representative of JLM Mortgage Services. Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. FCA Registration Number: 300629.
Need help? One of our advisors will get in touch to discuss your specific requirements.
YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE JLM Mortgage Services Ltd is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, (FCA), registration number: 300629. The FCA do not regulate some forms of mortgages. JLM Mortgage Services Ltd is registered in England, No. 470 1803. The guidance within this website is solely targeted at consumers based in the UK. *A fee of up to 1% of the mortgage amount may be charged depending on individual circumstances. A typical fee is £495. In some circumstances no fee will be payable.