Key Retirement Solutions
Key Retirement Solutions is the UK's leading independent adviser specialising in equity release for homeowners aged 55-95.
What is equity release?
Put simply, equity release enables you to unlock the cash tied up in your property to spend on whatever you like, with typically no monthly repayments to make.
It is a big financial decision and possibly not the right option for everyone. That’s why we recommend that you seek expert equity release advice on the different plans before you make any final decisions.
Why use Key for equity release?
• As Key specialise in equity release, they have an unrivalled level of expertise in the market.
• All their advisers undergo an Institute of Financial Services School of Finance accredited training programme to ensure they know about the benefits and disadvantages of the products available.
Key offers all customers a free no-obligation initial consultation within the comfort of your own home. To find out more about what Key can do for you, call 0800 531 6027 (Mon-Thurs 9am-7pm and Fri 9am-5:30pm) or book an appointment with your local independent equity release adviser through Key’s website today!
This is an equity release plan. To understand the features and risks ask for a personalised illustration.
Key’s typical fee for advice is 1.65% of the amount released, payable only on completion of a plan.
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A large number of Britons are leaving their retirement to chance when it comes to funding later life, whether that is for care costs or simply maintaining their lifestyle. Around 3.6 million people think that winning the lottery would cover the expense of retirement.
A new report has detailed the climbing cost of social and healthcare for older Britons. As the care system currently stands, elderly people who own a home that is worth the average £213,000 lose around 65 per cent of their assets to pay for their care.
When you reach retirement age, you'll no doubt be weighing up all your options for the future. If you're worried that the money you have saved will not be enough to cover your expenditure for the rest of you and your partner's lives, you might consider alternatives to pensions, including releasing equity in your property.