We’re thrilled to say that we've been awarded the prestigious 4 star rating in the Mortgage category at the Financial Adviser Service Awards 2013.
Welcome to Stonehaven, the equity release specialists
If you are over the age of 55 and looking to raise money from your home, equity release might be right for you. There are two type of regulated equity release plans, Home Reversions and Lifetime Mortgages, and here we will be talking about Lifetime Mortgages.
We are one of the few companies who specialise in equity release. It’s all we do. That’s why we’ve been able to develop a wide range of Lifetime Mortgages and to tailor our service standards around you and our products. It’s also why we keep winning industry awards.
Whether you have retired, are in the retirement planning phase or are happy to keep working, we aim to provide you with all the information and advice to help you make the right choice.
The Institute of Customer Service (ICS) is the professional body for customer service, and we're thrilled to be working alongside them.
How much can be borrowed?
The equity release calculator will generate the maximum amount you can borrow for our products.Try the equity release calculator
Enter the required values below and the equity release calculator will generate the maximum amount you can borrow for each of our products.
Please only enter numbers into the Property Value (£) box eg 200000.
The amount that you can borrow depends on your circumstances, which include your age and the value of your home. If there are two of you borrowing together, the amount available depends on the age of the younger borrower.
In order to gain an accurate value of your home, a professional independent valuer will be appointed by us. How and when this happens is described under ‘The process’.
If you have an enquiry... call Stonehaven
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