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How To Use Equity To Buy Investment Property | Property Investing | Mortgage Finance / Refinance
 
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How to use equity finance (Refinance) to buy investment property DOWNLOAD FREE CHECKLIST: https://yourfirstfourhouses.com/ Equity is the difference between what your property is worth MINUS your mortgage and in today's, I talk through how you can use that equity to buy investment property (Real Estate). If you want to learn how to invest in property, or if you want to build a property portfolio of you own, be sure to download the above property investing checklist, because in there I give you a detailed list of everything I think you need to consider BEFORE buying that first investment property. You are also welcome to download my FREE list of every property related website tool and app you'll need in your property business here: https://goo.gl/qtvdQb If you're thinking of releasing the equity from your property to buy an investment property, I would love to hear from you in the comments section below I wish you every success... Tony Law - Your First Four Houses :-) PS. There are some great opportunities in the property market right now!
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Is Equity Release a Good Idea? | This Morning
 
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Martin Lewis gives financial asvise to viewers.
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How To Use Equity To Buy Investment Property | Real Estate Investing Education & Mortgage Tips
 
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How To Use Equity To Buy Investment Property | Real Estate Investing Education & Mortgage Tips - Andy talks about two methods which could be used to help start or improve your property business. Share this video: https://youtu.be/sNaCrzBXVcM Subscribe To My Channel to Get More Great Information http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Monoperty See my blog post: http://monoperty.com/equity Andy Walker is the creator of monoperty.com, where he blogs online as a property investor and landlord, sharing what works, and what doesn't, to help you start or expand your property portfolio. Check out Andy's informative videos and join the conversation. If you have any questions, please leave a comment in one of the videos or head over to http://monoperty.com/ask. How To Use Equity To Buy Investment Property | Real Estate Investing Education & Mortgage Tips 1:17 Remortgage 4:26 Additional borrowing 5:08 Using equity to grow your property business Other Videos To Watch: Common Mistakes People Make When They Start Investing In Property https://youtu.be/jnu3ccedeFc The Power Of Leverage Explained https://youtu.be/XXdm96uoios Why Do Property Prices Go Up In Value? https://youtu.be/NgejmwlRZQI Other Great Resources: http://monoperty.com Connect With Me: http://www.facebook.com/monoperty https://twitter.com/monoperty https://www.linkedin.com/in/andywalker3 How To Use Equity To Buy Investment Property | Real Estate Investing Education & Mortgage Tips
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The top three ways to release equity from your property
 
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Here's some top tips on releasing equity in your property. Remortgage, further advance or second charge
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Releasing equity from your residential property to invest in BTL
 
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Mark Alefounder of Property Tribes Financial Services explains how equity can be released or utilised to create additional assets.
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Using Equity to Buy an Investment Property
 
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Understand what equity is and find out how to access equity in your home and use it to purchase an investment property.
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How to Get Equity from Your Home
 
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Watch more Home Finance 101 videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/418268-How-to-Get-Equity-from-Your-Home If you have paid off a good portion of your house and its value has appreciated, and you find yourself in need of some extra cash, you may consider taking out a home equity loan. Step 1: Assess your risk Assess your risk. Borrowing against your home equity depletes your investment, and reduces the cash you can take out in an emergency. Step 2: Learn the tax rules Familiarize yourself with the tax rules governing home equity borrowing. To deduct interest you have to itemize, which cannot be done if you have too few deductions. Step 3: Consider your borrowing options Consider your borrowing options. A home equity loan is secured by house to the extent the fair market value exceeds the debt incurred when you purchased it. A home equity line of credit is a form of revolving credit in which your equity in your home serves as collateral. Tip Consider applying for a reverse mortgage loan if you are at least 62 years of age and occupy the home as a principal residence. A reverse mortgage is a loan against your home that you do not have to pay back as long as you live there. Step 4: Decide on a loan type Decide whether a loan or line of credit will best meet your needs. In general, a loan is best for short-term borrowing or when you need the money in an emergency. A line of credit is best if you want to lock in a low interest rate. Step 5: Apply Apply for the loan or line of credit. Be careful about signing up for application or appraisal fees. If you have good credit, you should not have to pay these fees to borrow against your home. With the appropriate steps, you'll secure some cash -- and maybe even use it to increase your home's value. Did You Know? Some experts estimate that less than a third of home equity borrowing is used for investments, with the rest being used for debt consolidation, vacations, or purchases that depreciate quickly.
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Property - Equity Release
 
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A short film from the Coodes Property team about Equity Release
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11 Things to remember about equity release
 
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We've created this video to summarise the main facts to remember when it comes to equity release. We want to make sure you have all the information you need to decide if equity release is the right choice for you. For further reading visit http://bit.ly/2mJpIcZ
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What Is a Home Equity Loan? | Financial Terms
 
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Watch more How to Understand Personal Finance Terms videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/491816-What-Is-a-Home-Equity-Loan-Financial-Terms A home equity loan is simply where you're taking a second mortgage against your house. So, I know that might sound a little confusing, but let me give you an example. Let's say my house is worth $300,000, and I have a mortgage on it, and I owe $200,000 on that mortgage. So, that means there's $100,000 of equity there in that property. And one of the challenges, sometime, is you pay your mortgage down, you might want to use that equity or some of that value, for other financial goals you're looking to achieve. So, how do you do that? The way you do that, is by taking out a home equity loan against the property. And most home equity loans might be a 10 or 20 year loan, and you're borrowing the money. And typically you're gonna pay a little higher interest rate than you would on your regular mortgage, because, technically, if you don't make your payments, the bank that holds the first mortgage has the first right to your collateral. And the lender for the second mortgage, or the home equity loan, would be next in line. So because of that, there's a little bit more risk, and you'll often be assessed a little bit more interest, because of that risk. Now, there are two main types of home equity loans. There's a set loan, a home equity loan where I borrow a certain amount. Let's say, I borrow $20,000. I pay interest on it, and every month I make my monthly payment. So, I know exactly when I'll be done, and I know exactly what my monthly payment will be. That's known in the industry as a home equity loan. Another type of home equity, is what's called a home equity line of credit. This is where you have access to money, but you're only gonna pay interest, if you actually use it. So, it works very similar to a credit card where, if I'm not using the money, I'm typically not paying interest. But once I use it, then there's a balance, and a monthly payment associated with it. So, really important, a lot of times people take credit card debt, or other types of debt, and they want to consolidate it onto a home equity loan. And the reason they want to do that is, number one, to simplify their financial life. Number two, home equity loans usually have a lower interest rate, than credit cards, for example. And number three, sometimes the interest on a home equity loan is tax deductible. So, those are all good benefits. But if you do this, be aware that once you do that, you're home is now at risk. In other words, if I can't make my credit card payments, the lender can't come take my house. But if I can't make my home equity loan payments, my house now is at risk. So, that's a big difference. Number two, most home equity loans take a lot of time. They're 10, 20 year loans. And, like we were talking about, if you stretch out debt, often times you may pay more over the long term, even though your monthly payment may go down. And lastly, when consolidating debt onto a home equity loan, be aware that you're not moving debt around versus paying it off. Because I see a lot of people, they move credit card debt to their home equity loan, and then in a few years, what happens? The credit card debt starts coming back, and they owe money on the home equity. So, they have more debt. They're addressing some of the symptoms, and not the cause. So, home equity loans can be a great way to give you access to money and equity that's tied up in your property. But just make sure you don't fall into any of those problem areas, because I see that happen a lot. And people underestimate the risk that they incur.
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Property Investors Network | Founder Simon Zutshi | How to Pay Off Your Mortgage in 8 to 10 Years
 
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https://propertyinvestorsnetwork.co.uk/ Founder of property investors network (pin) Simon Zutshi, shares some simple tips on how to release equity you may have in your own home. With diagrams, Simon shows how its possible to re-invest the equity and pay off your own mortgage within 10 years. He explains that the way to be more successful is to learn how to manage debt as well as wealth. https://propertyinvestorsnetwork.co.uk/
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Equity Release/Lifetime Mortgages: Your Questions Answered
 
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The Information Team often find the first questions our customers ask us are related to misconceptions about what a Lifetime Mortgage is. This video sets out to debunk these misconceptions by answering the top 5 questions asked. readersdigest.co.uk/release
How to Calculate Home Equity
 
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This video explains what home equity is, explains the factors that increase or decrease home equity, and provides a formula to calculate home equity. Edspira is your source for business and financial education. To view the entire video library for free, visit http://www.Edspira.com To like us on Facebook, visit https://www.facebook.com/Edspira Edspira is the creation of Michael McLaughlin, who went from teenage homelessness to a PhD. The goal of Michael's life is to increase access to education so all people can achieve their dreams. To learn more about Michael's story, visit http://www.MichaelMcLaughlin.com To follow Michael on Facebook, visit https://facebook.com/Prof.Michael.McLaughlin To follow Michael on Twitter, visit https://twitter.com/Prof_McLaughlin
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How to Release Equity From Your Property Portfolio
 
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This video will teach you how to release equity from any of your existing properties. Refer to www.vogue-fs.com.au
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What is property equity?
 
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Have you heard people talking about equity in your property? What does this mean? Do you have equity? Can you use equity? What does your home loan have to do with equity? Do you need a refinance to draw out equity? Zain from ZEP Finance will give you all the answers. For more info check out our website www.zepfinance.com.au
Advantages & Disadvantages of Equity Release in 2019
 
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You can also find out more about UK Care Guide by visiting: Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/UKCareGuide Twitter - https://twitter.com/ukcareguide Transcript of this video: I’m Rose. In this 4 minute video im going to talk to you about the pros and cons of equity release. Let’s start with the pros. Firstly, equity release is becoming such a popular choice because it allows you to remain in your home and unlock some of the money that you have trapped in your house. However, there are some specific advantages that are worth noting. The first one is that you retain ownership of your property. This enables you to stay in your own home indefinitely – and leaves open a possibility that you could retain some equity from your home at a later stage. 2 - You can choose how you spend your money - You are free to choose how to spend the money released from your property. For example you can use it to pay for care, re-invest it, gift cash sums to relatives or make necessary improvements at home. 3 - Negative equity guarantees - You may be worried that your house may be worth less in the future. But, you’ll be pleased to hear that many providers offer negative equity guarantees. Basically, this means that you never pay back more than you borrowed should your property drop in value in the future. 4- Still gift part of your property as part of your inheritance - Some equity release providers allow you to protect a portion of your property’s value separately to gift as inheritance. We know that this will be a relief for many! Ok, that covers the range of advantages that you get with equity release. Now let's look at some of the negatives. Well, firstly, equity release can reduce the amount of inheritance you can leave behind. This is because you’ll no longer be able to leave your property as a gift. 2 - The value placed on your property is less than market value – The loan you receive against your property is often offered at a valuation less than its market price, so you could be out of pocket if your circumstances change. 3 - The Impact on your tax status – Enrolment in equity release schemes does affect your tax status and entitlement to certain welfare payments and benefits. For this reason it’s worth obtaining advice to get a clearer picture of how the change will affect you financially. 4 - Interest payments can be high – Most equity release schemes accrue interest – at fixed or variable rates. Thoroughly research providers and interest rates that are on offer before making a decision. 5 - They can be Inflexible – Equity release schemes can be inflexible once they have been taken out – so if your circumstances are likely to change later down the line this may not be the best option for you. For example, if you use up funds released and run out of money earlier than expected or have to move into a residential care home it may be difficult to work around your current solution. So there, we have the pros and cons of equity release. Our advice is that you always weigh up the advantages and disadvantages with your own personal situation and situation in mind – especially if you plan on using the funds made available to pay for your care costs. For complex or particularly unique situations it may be imperative to enlist support from an experienced professional who can guide and advise you based on the information you provide. To do this you can contact the UK Care Guide for help. For further information, I’d recommend you watch our videos that talk about the advantages and disadvantages of equity release and also the different types of products that are available. Finally, if you found this video useful, please do like, share or subscribe to this video. It would really help us out but more importantly help more people see this information.
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Pay off your mortgage or buy another investment property?
 
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Interested in property investing? Visit our website at http://www.binvested.com.au to find out more about how we can help you. Also join our communities on: Forum - http://binvested.com.au/forums/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/binvested.com.au Twitter - https://twitter.com/b_invested Pinterest - http://pinterest.com/binvested/
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Property TV - Equity Release Council Advertisement
 
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Part of The Council's involvement in Property Question Time, broadcast on Property TV, Sky 198
London Equity Release
 
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London Independent Equity Release One of the benefits of releasing equity through an equity release lifetime mortgage mean your monthly outgoings won’t increase, in fact they could decrease if the funds are being used to clear expensive debts. How you choose to use it is entirely your choice: The money could be used to: • Boost your pension income • Pay for a holiday of a lifetime • Buy a holiday home • Help children out with a house deposit • Pay for home improvements Use our Equity Release calculator to find out how much money you could release from your property now. To discuss this further please give us a call on 0800 069 8700 or fill in the form on this page, and we’ll call you back. WHAT IS ‘EQUITY RELEASE’? Equity Release allows homeowners over the age of 55 to release the equity in their homes, but still allowing them to live there for as long as they wish. There are three types of equity release schemes available in the market: LIFETIME MORTGAGES Lifetime mortgages are on of the more popular types of equity release and in essence is a long-term loan which is secured on your property. Unlike a regular mortgage, you don’t have to make repayments towards the load before the end of the plan. The amount you can borrow will be dependent on the value of your property and your age at the time the loan is taken out. HOME REVERSION PLANS A home reversion plan allows you to unlock the equity in your home by selling all or a part of the value of your property in exchange for a cash lump sum. Although you will receive less than the market value, you can remain in your home, rent-free. On death, the property is sold, the debt repaid and the remainder will pass to your estate. DRAWDOWN PLANS A drawdown equity release plan gives you more freedom to release the money tied up in your home by taking an initial lump sum, with the remainder of the cash being drawn down as and when required. This allows you to save on a considerable amount of interest over the lifetime of the plan as interest is only charges as and when the cash is withdrawn. Safeguarding your home & your financial future with an equity release lifetime mortgage We only endorse equity release lifetime mortgages which are approved by ERC (Equity Release Council). The Equity Release Council is the trade body for the industry and its purpose is to make sure that all products are accessible and safe for all clients. They stress that products must include certain guarantees as a minimum. For example, it is a requirement that the products must give you, the borrower, right of tenure in your property for life. They are obliged to give the client the freedom and choice to move home, subject to certain criteria, and commit to the loan never exceeding the value of the property which it is secured against. To further safeguard applicants, any person taking out such a plan must obtain independent legal advice from their solicitor before continuing. Equity Release is now completely regulated by the financial watchdog, the Financial Conduct Authority. This guarantees that all equity release schemes we propose must adhere to the strict standards set by ERC to your safety. ERC approved schemes will ensure that you will: • Stay in your home for life, if the property remains your primary residence. • Never descend into negative equity. This means you will not owe more than the value of your property and no debt will be left to your estate. Why Choose London Equity Release for an equity release lifetime mortgage? • We are a member of and on the Equity Release Council member directory, so you can be sure that we abide by the trade body’s strict Rules and Standards which go beyond the basic regulatory requirements • London Equity Release are independent, impartial advisors who search the whole of market, so we can find the best equity release deal for you • We are open and transparent about any fees and the type of products we offer • London Equity Release is on the FCA (Financial Conduct Authority) register
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Home Equity Line of Credit - Dave Ramsey Rant
 
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Key Equity Release TV Advert 2018 - 60 seconds
 
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If you're thinking of releasing equity, good advice is Key. Our brand new TV advert!
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What is Equity Release - An expert guide
 
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Equity Release - Information about releasing equity. A brief overview of equity release from the industry experts
Property TV - Property Question Time S1 Ep48  Featuring Equity Release
 
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Explains what equity release is and what some of its uses are, and how it impacts on inheritance planning. Claire Barker of Equilaw is speaking at 1min30sec, 13mins 40secs and 22mins 10 secs
Rental Property Advice : How to Get a Home Equity Loan on a House You Are Renting Out
 
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Getting a home equity loan on a house that will be rented out involves having at least 20 percent equity in the home, examining a credit report and applying for the loan through various brokers. Get a home equity loan with advice from an experienced property manager and landlord in this free video on rental property. Expert: Damon Thompson Bio: Damon Thompson owns three rental properties in Detroit, Mich. and has owned up to seven rental properties at once for more than 15 years. Filmmaker: Lynell Doyle
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What is Equity Release & How Does It Work in 2019
 
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Hello, in this video we look at what equity release is, how it works and whether it would be suitable for you. You can read more about these type of schemes here - https://ukcareguide.co.uk/equity-release-work/ You can also find out more about UK Care Guide by visiting: Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/UKCareGuide Twitter - https://twitter.com/ukcareguide Here is a transcript of this video. What is equity release and how does it work Hello, I’m Rose and in the next 3 minutes I am going to explain what equity release is and how it works. Firstly, let’s start with what is equity release. Well, in a nutshell, if you are over 55, it is a way of unlocking some of the value you have built up in your house and turn it in to a tax-free lump sum! When it comes to taking the cash out of your house, you can do this as a single lump sum, in smaller amounts over a period of time or you can combine the two. Now that you know what equity release is, let's talk about how it works. When stripped back to basics, equity release schemes work by enabling you to release funds (known as ‘equity’) currently tied up in property assets. This makes equity release an attractive option for over 55s who wish to use the money to enjoy retirement, or set some aside for imminent or future care needs. Equity release schemes work by lending homeowners a lump sum or regular income (usually on a monthly basis), in return for a portion of their property. However, you should note that money is lent against a value that amounts to less than the market price of your property, and interest is accrued on the loan. Whilst the benefits are clear, equity release schemes won’t be suitable for everyone. They are however a fantastic option for couples and individuals without savings or additional assets, who would like to use money currently tied up in their property to pay for care or just enjoy their retirement. For further information, I’d recommend you watch our videos that talk about the advantages and disadvantages of equity release and also the different types of products that are available. Finally, if you found this video useful, please do like, share or subscribe to this video. It would really help us out but more importantly help more people see this information.
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Is equity release right for me in 2014
 
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Understanding equity release and if you should consider releasing equity from your property http://www.firstchoicefinance.co.uk/Index.asp?T=Is%20equity%20release%20right%20for%20me%20in%202014 Think Carefully Before Securing Other Debts Against Your Home. Your Home May Be Repossessed If You Do Not Keep Up Repayments On A Mortgage Or Any Other Debt Secured On It. Security is required on immovable property. Borrowing is subject to status & affordability
Maintaining Equity on a Lifetime Mortgage [Equity Release] - Episode 277
 
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http://meaningfulmoney.tv The biggest fear for anyone taking out an equity release lifetime mortgage is that the entire value of their home will be wiped out by compounding, rolling up interest on the loan. In reality this is very unlikely to happen, though of course it depends on the amount you borrow and how long you live after borrowing. IN t his video and screencast i show you how it works...
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Advice for people who have a property in negative equity
 
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Selling a house with negative equity http://www.genuinepropertybuyers.co.uk/selling-a-house-with-negative-equity/ How to sell a house fast https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a5RIsLULfbc
Keeping Equity Release in the Family
 
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Keeping your home in your family and selling to family members could save having to give up your property to an Equity Release company on your death.
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What is equity release and how does it work? ¦ Age Co Equity Release Advice Service
 
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Unlocking cash tied up in the value of your home is an important decision, so it’s essential you get the right advice for your individual situation. Dip your toe in the water and find out more about the Age Co Equity Release Advice Service by watching this short animation today. Equity release is available to UK homeowners aged 55+ whose property is worth £70,000 or more. You can also visit the Age Co website www.ageco.co.uk/equity-release for more information.
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Property TV - Property Question Time S1 Ep51 Featuring Equity Release
 
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Talks more widely about the regulation of mortgages, how to make a complaint and how changes in rates may or may not impact on the consumer. Kate Davies from Equity Release Council is speaking at 8mins 50secs and 15 min 55 secs
An alternative to moving house or downsizing in retirement
 
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Could a lifetime mortgage - a type of equity release - mean that you don't have to downsize in retirement? For Robin and Yvonne, it meant they could stay in an area they loved, close to their friends and family – as well as make a few home improvements too. Find out how it helped them with our video of their real life story. A lifetime mortgage creates a debt on your home and reduces the value of any inheritance. See more of videos at https://www.legalandgeneral.com/retirement/calculators-and-tools/lifetime-mortgage-customer-stories/
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What is Equity Release?
 
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This video is help people understand what equity release is. We talk through the two different types of equity release. We compare the differences between a Home Reversion Scheme and a Lifetime Mortgage. Newnham & Jordan are expert property lawyers that are always will to help.
Equity Release Advice Service
 
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The Equity Release Advice Service will provide you with all the help and guidance you need to make a decision if releasing equity from your property is right for you.
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Property TV | Property Question Time S1 EP48  | Equity release, tenancy contracts and investing.
 
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Join me in this episode of the Property Question Time talking all things equity release, tenancy contracts and property investment, alongside Claire Barker, and Neil Cobbold.
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What are the steps involved in getting equity release?
 
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Releasing equity can seem a little daunting. But that’s why our team of expert advisers are here to help you through the process and are always at the end of the phone should you need them. To help you understand each step, Andrea Rozario talks you through the different stages and what you can expect when getting equity release. For more information click here http://bit.ly/2nd5yek
Views: 31593 Bower Retirement
Baby boomers scramble to release equity in house wealth frenzy
 
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Baby boomers scramble to release equity in house wealth frenzy Surging equity release among younger homeowners could leave banks with negative equity - and so sitting on a loss when it comes to sell the property Credit: Andrew Matthews/PA Britain’s baby boomers a...
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Legal & General Lifetime mortgages: Shirley 30" TV Ad
 
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Legal & General Lifetime Mortgages could help you release equity from your home tax-free. A lifetime mortgage creates a debt secured against your home and is repaid in full, along with the interest, from the sale of the property when you die or move into long-term care. www.legalandgeneral.com/lifetime
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Episode 141 - Equity Release V: Interest Calculations
 
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One of the main concerns for those contemplating Equity Release is that the interest building up so fast, there'll be no equity left in their home to leave to the kids. Here, I show that it's really not as bad as all that by looking at some realistic examples
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House prices up, time for equity release
 
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House prices increased by two per cent, creating an ideal environment for equity release.
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Equity release market update - good news for homeowners
 
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Latest equity release insights from a market expert. Find out about the most popular type of plan that allows you to unlock cash from your home.
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OneFamily Advice - Lifetime mortgage advice built around your needs
 
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Thinking about releasing equity from your property? Our lifetime mortgage advice is all about putting you in control of this decision. In this video our adviser Alex explains more.
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Using equity over cash for your investments – Property WOD |Ep. 173|
 
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http://www.opencorp.com.au Cash or equity, what is better for funding your investment properties? About our Property WODs: The Property WOD (Workout of the Day) is designed to provide viewers all the information needed to build a property portfolio that will give them financial freedom. For many, the property industry is confusing, however for all successful investors the basic rules of investing are the same. Property WODs are quick education sessions that give you these basic rules, and help you reduce risk whilst you build your wealth.
Views: 3026 OpenCorp
Equity finance Kidderminster - The Right Equity Release
 
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Equity Release is available to home owners over the age of 55 who wish to release tax free money from the property they own. find more out at http://www.touchlocal.com/7428680
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Why is a property valuation so important? Property Investing in Australia
 
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http://empowerwealth.com.au/ As property owners, we often think that our property has a good value but when the valuer arrives with his pens and notepads, the end result can sometimes be rather disappointing. Ben explains why a property valuation is important and how you can prepare for your valuer. Here's a snippet of the video: So you’re ready to make your next step on the property ladder. You might have one property or you might have an owner occupier home and were looking to release equity out. Or you might have a portfolio of properties already and is looking to potentially release that equity. Enter the valuer, they are the most important person in the conversation because they are the people who is going to go out and independently value you properties. Now why are they so important? Watch the video to learn more. Click here for transcript: http://property-investment.empowerwealth.com.au/2015/08/17/why-is-property-valuation-so-important/ Click here to book a free one hour appointment: http://property-investment.empowerwealth.com.au/

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