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Our Optional Payment Lifetime Mortgage is different to our Flexible Lifetime Mortgage because it allows your client to pay some, or all, of the monthly interest by Direct Debit.
There’s no affordability assessment and your client can stop making monthly interest payments at any time. Paying the interest will reduce the overall cost of the loan.
It’s estimated that there are up to a million homeowners in the UK who have an Interest-only mortgage, and have no way of repaying what they have borrowed at the end of their term.
Our Optional Payment Lifetime Mortgage could help them repay their outstanding mortgage debt and continue with their routine of paying their interest monthly.
Clients coming to the end of their interest-only mortgage?
We’ve drafted a Interest-only mortgage repayment letter template to save you some valuable time.
A lifetime mortgage is a type of equity release that allows your client to unlock some of the equity from their home without having to move. It's a loan secured against their home to give them a cash lump sum or smaller amounts, tax-free, that they can take as and when they need.
Optional Payment Lifetime Mortgage allows your client to choose to pay some, or all of the monthly interest by Direct Debit. They can choose a payment amount between £25 and the full monthly interest each month.
The interest rate is fixed for life and we will never increase their monthly interest payment.
They can choose a payment term from 1 year to the full duration of their lifetime mortgage.
There is no risk of payment default, as they can choose to stop making monthly interest payments at any time and remain in their home. If they do stop, the interest is then added to the amount they owe each month.
If they choose this product, it could help them reduce the overall cost of the lifetime mortgage loan.
Our Optional Payment Lifetime Mortgage is for clients who want to borrow at least £10,000
You can use our lifetime mortgage calculator with your client to see how much they can release and show them the impact of interest and house price growth.
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