If you are considering equity release it is essential to obtain independent legal advice to ensure that you and your loved ones are protected. At Caunters we are there to look after you. We have no other concern so you can be assured that our advice is always in your best interests.
Equity release, an explanation
Equity release allows those over the age of 55 to release monies from your property without having to move home. You will pay nothing until you either move home, die or need long term residential or nursing care.
Equity Release is a complex area of law and not only does it affect your home but it will also have an impact on the inheritance you will leave in your Will (see our Wills section) and may also affect any state benefits that you may be receiving.
Get the right advice
At Caunters we are able to provide you with specialist advice that covers all aspects of equity release. A contract of this nature will affect your residential property and will significantly impact on your future financial planning.
Getting the right independent advice before you enter into this type of agreement is essential as not all equity release schemes are the same and this can sometimes be misleading.
Unlike many firms, at Caunters we specialise in both equity release and financial planning so we can guide you fully through the process.
With you, every step of the way…
There are important considerations that will need to be discussed before finally agreeing to enter into an equity release scheme. At Caunters we have the expertise to ensure that you are fully aware of all the benefits and disadvantages of your chosen scheme.
Importantly, before you decide to proceed there may be other options that you could consider to raise or access the funds you require. It is our aim to ensure that you have access to all the available choices so that you are empowered to choose the most financially beneficial option for your needs.
For more information call Liskeard (01579) 343165