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Benefits Of Halifax Equity Release

Some Crucial Benefits of Halifax Equity Release

By Mark Gregory on the 29th May 2011

The Halifax equity release scheme is an interest only lifetime mortgage plan. It is specially developed for retired individuals to boost their retirement standard of living. With this type of scheme, the outstanding balance remains unchanged throughout the plan tenure. The applicant only needs to pay interest regularly to the lender.

Traditional roll-up equity release schemes do not require the applicant to make interest payments. However, the interest keeps rolling up over the tenure period. This means that the outstanding loan keeps rising all the time. With the present interest rates, the loan amount will keep doubling after approximately every 10-11 years dependent upon the equity release interest rate. This means, if you have a loan of £10,000, after 10-11 years, you will owe £20,000.

Retired individuals, who can afford to make monthly repayments from their state benefits or pension, should opt for a Halifax equity release plan. While considering opting for equity release, it is important to get the right advice from the professionals. As professionals have the required knowledge and expertise, they can help you get the right scheme that will cater to your needs.

Why do people opt for a Halifax equity release plan?

The Halifax equity release scheme, being an interest only mortgage plan for pensioners, does not require any form of repayment. This is also one of the most exclusive features of the Halifax equity release plan. With this kind of scheme, your mortgage is automatically allocated for a term of 40 years. However, should you live longer than this period then this lifetime mortgage plan will continue until death or the last person has moved into long term care.

It is due to these reasons that the Halifax equity release scheme has become extremely popular amongst retired individuals.

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