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Key equity release features
Interest or capital payments can come from the homeowner’s own income. Their children/beneficiaries can also provide the funds.
Some homeowners are concerned that taking out a roll-up Lifetime Mortgage will increase their loan over time as the interest on the initial loan accumulates.
But there are two ways that let you pay some (or all) of the monthly interest on the loan and/or make ad-hoc lump sum capital repayments.
You can pay all, or part, of the interest for a fixed period (for example, one year, five years or even up to the lifetime of the loan).
From the end of the interest payment period, the interest on the loan rolls up at the rate agreed at the start of the contract.
If you no longer want to pay the interest during the period agreed, the loan reverts to a roll-up Lifetime Mortgage. Then no further monthly interest payments are required.
You can pay a percentage (typically 10%) of the original amount borrowed each year without penalty. There is no compulsion attached to this facility.
Bower is authorised and Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). To find out more about us and how we can help you, call 0203 817 6051 where you’ll speak directly to an expert, professional adviser.
Bower provides independent, impartial whole of market advice with an award winning customer service experience. We work alongside our clients using a highly collaborative approach. We provide you with an initial consultation at our expense and we work with you on a short-term or an on-going basis, according to your needs. Only if you choose to proceed and your plan completes, would a maximum advice and administration fee of 1.85% of the loan amount be payable.