To find out if you qualify for a lifetime mortgage and whether it is right for you, you’ll need to meet with a specialist adviser. Getting tailored advice from a qualified expert is important; they’ll be able to:

  • Explain the different options in more detail.
  • Show you what a plan is likely to cost.
  • Carry out the application process.

Involve your family

We recommend involving your family or friends in the advice process, as they’ll be able to ask questions and make sure you get all of the important details. If you have children then it’s important to discuss your options with them, as a lifetime mortgage will reduce the value of your estate and therefore affect their potential inheritance.


Getting expert advice

At more 2 life, we believe passionately in the value of specialist, independent advice. We work closely with a number of trusted partners who offer professional advice across the whole range of equity release plans available on the market, including more 2 life lifetime mortgages. 

Visit their websites to see how they can help. Alternatively, you can visit the Equity Release Council’s website to find a local adviser (details below).


Equity Release Council (ERC)

The ERC is the industry body for the equity release sector and maintains a list of qualified advisers across the UK who can provide appropriate advice and information on equity release plans. Visit their website and click on 'Membership' to find an adviser local to you.