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No Obligation Expert Equity Release Advice

Bigbury Property Consultants consists of a group of experienced property consultants and advisors who offer guidance and information on equity release. We are here to help you unlock cash from the value of your property by making sure that the equity release products that you are considering are safe and accessible for you. We know that opting for equity release is a major decision that will affect the rest of your life. We know the importance of seeking financial advice. That is why we, at Bigbury Property Consultants, are one of the largest equity release specialists and leading retirement advisers in the United Kingdom. With our service, you will get quality advice and information from dedicated equity release specialists. We will only charge you for our services if you do decide to take out a plan.

Features of Our Service

Free, No Obligation advice conducted via face to face appointments or telephone appointments.

Access to a range of carefully selected providers and the different types of equity release schemes that they offer

Honest advice, if equity release is not the best option for you, we will be honest and let you know.

Types of Equity Release Schemes

We offer advice and guidance on four main types of equity release schemes.

Lifetime Mortgages

A lifetime mortgage is quite similar to any regular mortgage; however, unlike regular mortgages, it does not require any monthly repayments.  As a homeowner, you can secure a mortgage against the value of your property and do not have to worry about the repayment of the loan or the interest.

 

Interest Only Mortgages

The interest only mortgage is very much like the lifetime mortgage with the exception that only the interest calculated on the loan sum is repaid on a monthly basis. As a homeowner, instead of worrying about repaying the loan capital plus interest, you will only need to repay the interest.

Home Reversion

A home reversion plan is not a mortgage. Instead, it is selling a part or all of your property to an equity release provider in return for a monthly amount or a lump sum amount. The main advantage of this plan is that you get to stay in your home even though you sold it. 

 

Home Income Plan

With a home income plan, you are given the opportunity to release a lump sum amount from your property which is invested in an annuity which in turn will provide you with a monthly income.

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All four of the above mentioned schemes have one thing in common – when you die or move into long term care, your property will be sold and the sales proceeds will be given to the equity release provider. This will definitely affect any inheritance that you may want to leave for your children or grandchildren. Is there a way for you to sign up for an equity release scheme and still be able to have something left behind as inheritance? How do you know which of the above mentioned schemes is the best for you? Well, you can talk to one of our equity release specialists by booking an appointment. You can contact us by calling our landlines or by contacting us using our contact forms. Our lines are open 9am - 6pm Monday to Friday. 

 

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Happy Clients

Read the testimonials from some of our satisfied clients and why they recommend us.

Bigbury Property Consultants was very helpful in providing us with comprehensive information on the various equity release schemes available and for helping us to choose the one that best meet our requirements.
By Tim L. Abraham

Happy Clients

Read the testimonials from some of our satisfied clients and why they recommend us.

Bigbury Property Consultants has always provided us with an efficient, friendly and comprehensive service , expertly fulfilling our needs and allaying all concerns. We thoroughly recommend their services to anyone in need of expert equity release advice.
By John R. Powers