At Key Equity Release we understand everyone has questions. For instance, how does it work? Is it a good option for us? Will we still own our home?
Because Key takes a personal and honest approach to equity release, we can answer all your questions. We believe that your retirement should be just right for you and understand that what’s right for some of us in retirement, is not always right for others. That’s why we take a personal, transparent approach to equity release, supporting you every step of the way. If equity release isn’t right for you, we’ll tell you.
Our equity release advice is unique to you, delivered by qualified experts, who will take the time to understand your needs. They’ll search our product range to ensure they recommend the right plan for you.
We’ll ensure you consider your options, including downsizing or using other forms of borrowing, and if equity release isn’t right for you, we’ll tell you.
There’s no pressure to go ahead. Your adviser will give you all the information you need about equity release for you to make an informed decision in your own time.
While some advisers charge a fee, Key Equity Release believe because it’s a regulatory requirement you shouldn’t have to pay for it. That’s why our qualified, expert advice won’t cost you a penny.
We have helped more than a million people decide if equity release is right for them. A great place to start is by downloading our free, expert equity release guide so you can read it in your own time. It covers how equity release works, the different types of plans we offer and what unlocking tax-free cash from your home could mean for you.
Things to consider
Your specialist equity release adviser will explain:
- You have to get advice before releasing tax-free cash from your home. Please read all our information and make sure it's right for you
- A lifetime mortgage, which is a loan secured against your property, is the most popular form of equity release and you’ll retain full ownership of your home
- All of our plans are approved by the Equity Release Council and come with several protections, including the no negative equity guarantee, which means you’ll never owe more than your home’s value
- Equity release reduces your estate's value and may affect any means-tested benefits you're eligible for