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Over recent years, Equity Release has become an extremely popular way of boosting and supplementing retirement income. As one of the more misunderstood products out there, Laura Healy, Equity Release Adviser at Fairview Financial Ltd in Cheltenham, will answer some frequently asked questions on this topic.
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Choosing a mortgage can be complicated. The mortgage market in UK is extremely competitive but lenders are also a lot more demanding now. There are so many different mortgage options to pick from and numerous factors to consider, which is why most of us turn to a mortgage broker for help.However, how do you find the right advisor for your needs? Here are some of the most important questions you need to ask when approaching a mortgage advisor.
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Our standard fee for residential and Buy-to-Let mortgages is £295 and this is paid when the mortgage is offered. 
We do not charge a fee to First-Time Buyers. We may however charge a fee of up to £495 for Shared Ownership mortgages and Help-to-Buy mortgages, due to the complexity of the work involved. 
Our fee for Equity Release is £795 and this is paid when the mortgage completes. 
For commercial mortgages our standard fee is between £495 and £995, depending on the level of complexity, and this is paid when the mortgage is offered.

We also receive a commission from the lender that will vary depending on the lender, product or other permissible factors. The nature of any commission model will be confirmed to you before you proceed. If we receive a commission, this will not affect the cost payable by you.

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