Have you seen our latest TV advert?

From worldwide tours to home improvements, or just enjoying day to day life more, if your client is aged 55 or over, could you help them get more out of life with our Lifetime Mortgage?

A type of equity release, a lifetime mortgage creates a debt secured against your client’s home to release tax-free cash that they can then use for home improvements, holidays or even just indulging their interests more.

Our new TV ad went on TV in August 2018:

Our Lifetime Mortgage TV ad video

Transcript: Our Lifetime Mortgage TV ad

Shirley: A few months ago a friend told us  that with a Legal & General Lifetime Mortgage, our home could release some tax free cash, to help us enjoy our retirement!

On screen text: A lifetime mortgage is a form of equity release. It’s a loan secured against your home..

Shirley: So after we’d updated our kitchen we took the band back on tour!

Flash: Release from £10,000 to £100,000* or more

On screen text: *83% of new customers released an initial lump sum of between £10,000 and £100,000 in first half of 2018. Amount released subject to circumstances.

Loan and compound interest repaid when last borrower dies or moves into long-term care.

Voice over: If you’re over 55 and a home owner, you could release some of the cash tied up in your home using a Legal & General Lifetime Mortgage. 

On screen text: You may have cheaper ways to borrow money.

Voice over: To find out more, go online and try our easy to use calculator.

Or call us on 0808 231 2000 to request your free guide

On screen text: Calls may be monitored and recorded.

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