Lifetime Mortgages

Helping you and your clients with equity release.

Our Lifetime Mortgage products

Flexible

Allows your client to release some of the money that's tied up in their home without having to move or make any monthly payments.

Optional Payment

Allows your client to release equity from their home and pay some or all of the monthly interest which will reduce the amount of interest that rolls up.

Income

Allows your client to release the money in their home to provide them with a regular monthly income for a fixed term.

Choosing a product for your client

Find out the key differences between our three lifetime mortgages to see which best suits your client’s needs.

Eligibility

Details on our Lifetime Mortgage product and customer eligibility criteria.

Tools

Lifetime mortgage calculator

Online services

Valuation guide video

Literature library

Videos

Adviser videos

Listen to Rob Miles and Sadie Russell talking about the lifetime mortgage qualifications and the lifetime mortgage market.

Customer testimonials

Our customers share their stories about why they chose us for their lifetime mortgage and what they did with the equity out of their home.

Lifetime mortgage animations

Our short animations are designed to give short overviews of lifetime mortgages to help with your client meetings.

New to Legal & General?

Why choose us?

Established in 1836, we're one of the UK's leading financial services companies.

Getting started

For advisers new to Legal & General getting set up with selling our Lifetime Mortgages.

Awards

We're delighted to have received awards and recognition for our products.

Latest articles

Making lifetime mortgages work for families

Lifetime mortgages can help your client’s family too. Harold Pritchard talks about families and our new equity release ‘myth busting’ campaign.

Ambitious life goals of the over-55s

We interviewed 2,000 homeowners 55 and over, to ask them about their goals and aspirations for the future.

Should clients downsize to help grandchildren?

Clients now downsize to help their grandchildren get on the housing ladder, but should they?