Despite past concerns, equity release is now considered to be a safe and effective way of raising funds. Releasing equity is fully regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, and we can offer further protection as we are a member of the Equity Release Council.
Depending on the equity release plan you choose, it usually takes between 6 to 8 weeks to release equity in your home, assuming there are no complications along the way. With this route of raising funds becoming more popular, Paula Bryan, Equity Release specialist in our Waterlooville office, explains the various stages to equity release and the timescales involved.
After moving away 9 years ago, Warner Goodman LLP are delighted to announce they are back in Waterlooville, with the opening of their new office at Basepoint Business Centre Waterlooville on Waterberry Drive, near the Leisure Centre. The new team...
Releasing equity in your home is an effective, and increasingly popular, way of raising funds to help your children onto the property ladder, make renovations, go on that once in a lifetime holiday or have a more solid financial foundation for your retirement.