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Five winners will be drawn every calendar month and will receive a £100 M&S voucher.
Prize draw is open to anyone who completes the online calculator with a valid telephone number. Winners will be notified by telephone.
Entry to the prize draw is free. No purchase necessary.
Only one entry per household is allowed.
Prize is non-transferable. No cash alternative will be offered.
The prize may change at any time.
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Why Use Equity Release?
Equity release allows you to unlock the value trapped in your property. With the cash lump sum you receive, you can spend your money on anything you like.
With this flexible scheme you can acquire a large sum of money and continue to live in your home for as long as you choose. With the money you receive, you can clear an outstanding mortgage, go on holiday, treat your family, pay university fees, or leave an early inheritance.
To qualify for equity release, you must be over 55, your home must be worth at least £70,000, and you must live in the UK. With our free equity release calculator, you are able to access highly skilled, independent, and impartial advisers who can help you find the best plan for your circumstances.
Use our free equity release calculator to compare UK equity release schemes, advice and plans to make an informed decision about the right choice for your retirement. You will also receive a free guide to to equity release to help you through the options available.
The Benefits of Equity Release
Claim a tax-free cash lump sum to support you through retirement and make your life all the more enjoyable.
Maintain 100% home ownership - you will be able to live in your home for the rest of your life.
No monthly repayments - lenders require no monthly payments towards the interest charged.
Take a no negative equity scheme and you will never end up owing more than the value of your property.
Spend your money on anything you like! Go on holiday, upgrade your home, pay university fees, or provide an early inheritance.