LV Equity Release Reviews
- Compares the whole of the uk equity release market
- Works with leading specialist Age Partnership
- Lump sum and drawdown schemes available to homeowners aged 55 and above
Once you have read the LV Review, you could make a comparison from other providers and as a starting point use the equity release calculator to see how much cash you could release from your home.
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This Equity Release review focuses on LV or Liverpool Victoria to give them their full title.
LV= are a leading financial services provider with over 5.8 million customers who have purchased one or more of the insurance, investment and retirement solutions and products they offer.
They have been specialising in equity release since 2002, are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and members of the Equity Release Council. However, although LV provide their own lifetime mortgage schemes, their equity release services are provided by leading specialist Age Partnership.
The LV equity release service
As LV equity release services are provided by Age Partnership, they can compare the whole market rather than select companies. They offer independent advice and have access to preferential rates you may not be able to get elsewhere.
When you release equity using their services, Age Partnership pay LV an introductory fee based on a percentage of the product value.
Age Partnership is also the company we selected to offer Equity Release services, so if you want to know more about them, just read our Age Partnership Equity Release Review or click here to use their equity release calculator.
Are you eligible for an LV lifetime mortgage scheme?
To be eligible for a lifetime mortgage using the LV equity release service you need to be a home owner, aged 55 or older with a property worth at least £70,000. An Age Partnership advisor will talk through your requirements and advise if equity release is a good idea for you.
Their initial advice is free and you only pay for their services if you decide to go ahead.
What should I do now?
Now you have read our LV Equity Release Review, why not read our other equity release reviews.
It is worth keeping in mind that not all advisers compare the whole of the equity release market; some focus on particular companies which may not offer you the most appropriate equity release scheme.
This is one of the reasons we have teamed up with leading specialist Age Partnership, as they compare schemes across the whole market with companies like Aviva, Legal & General, LV, Pure, Canada Life, One Family, Scottish Widows, Hodge Lifetime and Just Retirement.
Continue your research here on how to calculate equity release on your property.