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MDJ Mortgages has teamed up with Money Alive’s to provide you with a free Equity Release box set which is an engaging, consistent and time saving way for you to learn about releasing equity from the comfort of your home.

The box set looks at the two main types of products, Lifetime Mortgages and Home Reversion and covers important topics including the amounts you can typically raise, eligibility, the advice process, and potential impacts on means tested benefits. The interactive box set also looks at some of the alternatives you might consider and ongoing considerations once equity release is in place. 

To discuss equity release with us, please get in touch and we’ll help you come to the right decision for you.

Click on the link below to download the full box set series for free!

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Speak to Mark about protection insurance on 01256 518318 or email mark@mdjmortgages.com

Popular reasons for opting for equity release:

  • Pay for a home refurbishment
  • Repay a mortgage or debt
  • Help a loved one
  • Pay for a holiday or new car
  • Boost disposable income
 

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