Equity Release Calculator

Are you aged 55 or over? If so fill out the form below to instantly find out how much equity you can release.

What Are Drawdown Plans?

A drawdown lifetime mortgage has the same advantages and disadvantages as a regular lifetime mortgage, as well as a few more that are unique to this kind of home equity release.

The main difference with a drawdown plan and other forms of home equity release is that you don’t request the full sum of money available to you immediately. Instead, you decide on a maximum amount of equity you want to release, and ‘drawdown’ the cash in stages when and if you want to. The minimum age is 55.

Why not try our equity release calculator and see how much you could release

Advantages of a drawdown lifetime mortgage:

Disadvantages of a drawdown lifetime mortgage:

We are independent equity release advisers who offer impartial and specialist advice on a range of equity release schemes including drawdown lifetime mortgage plan. To find the best equity release solution for you, get specialist advice on equity release by speaking to our friendly and knowledgeable equity release adviser.

To find out more about equity release:

No home visit will be required, however you can choose this option if you would prefer without any obligation to proceed. We believe in offering a valuable and honest service of providing impartial and knowledgeable equity release advice without obligation.