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2.57% MER HSBC Equity Release No Advisor Fees

2022 HSBC Equity Release

Example of HSBC Equity Release for a UK property owner

Property Valuation: £184,000
Release Amount: £119,600
Loan To Value: 65%
Rate: 2.57% MER
Valuation Fee: Free
Lender Fees: None
Advisor Fees: None
Redemption Penalties: None
Portability:  Yes – you can move house subject to the new valuation

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Equity Release No Advisor Fees





Does HSBC do Lifetime Mortgages?

Yes, HSBC does lifetime mortgages at 1.8% APR. HSBC Lifetime Mortgages can have an LTV of 65%.


Does HSBC do Equity Release Under 55?

Yes, HSBC Equity Release Under 55 is 2.01% APR.


Does HSBC do Retirement Mortgages?

Yes, HSBC Retirement Mortgages are 2% APRC.


Does HSBC do Pensioner Mortgages?

Yes, HSBC Pensioner Mortgages are 1.91% APRC.


Does HSBC offer Equity Release?

Yes, HSBC Equity Release is 2.08% APRC.


What are the current HSBC interest rates for equity release?

HSBC rates for equity release are 1.81% APRC.


Does HSBC have favourable reviews for equity release?

Yes, HSBC reviews are tiptop for equity release.


Does the HSBC Equity release calculator show the loan to value?

Yes, the HSBC Equity Release calculator shows the favourable loan to value of 65%.


Does an HSBC Equity release advisor charge a big fee?

No, HSBC Equity Release advisors are free.


Does HSBC offer home equity loans?

Yes, HSBC home equity loans are 2% APRC.


Does HSBC offer home equity lines of credit?

Yes, HSBC  home equity lines of credit are 2.08% MER.


How much cash can I borrow?

You can get 60% of your home’s valuation. As an example, if your home is valued at £210000 you can release £126000.

Common pensioner mortgage products include Lloyds over 60 lifetime mortgages, Barclays later life borrowing schemes, Halifax mortgages for over 70s, Legal & General equity release plans and Nationwide retirement interest-only mortgages.

Common loan to value percentage ratios of Lloyds remortgages for people over 50 years old, HSBC help to buy for over 60s, Post Office interest only lifetime mortgages for over 70s, Legal & General mortgages for over 70s, Bank of Scotland later life borrowing schemes over 55 and Nationwide Building Society RIO mortgages over 75 are 45%, 60% and 65%.

Some of the most common loan to value ratios of LVE interest-only mortgages for over 60s, More 2 Life interest-only mortgages for over 65-year-olds, One Family retirement mortgages over 60, YBS retirement interest-only mortgages over 75, Metro Bank later life interest-only mortgages over 70 and SunLife retirement mortgages over 60 are 50%, 55% and 65%.

Some of the most popular loan to values of Virgin Money retirement interest-only mortgages over 60, Shepherds Friendly mortgages over 70s, Churchill mortgages for over 70s, Skipton Building Society interest-only mortgages for over 60s, Newcastle Building Society mortgages for people over 50 and Progressive Building Society over 60 lifetime mortgages no fees are 45%, 55% and 65%.

Hard to mortgage home types can include properties where proposed building works have not yet commenced, age-restricted properties, leasehold properties where the lease length is currently unacceptable, properties that are made up of multiple titles and properties with leased solar panels.

Hard to finance property variants include timber-framed properties built before 1920, properties with single skin brickwork where the single skin comprises more than 20% of the surface area of the external walls, steel frame/clad properties built before 1990, privately developed flats in blocks of two storeys and properties where the flat is accessed via a deck or balcony.

Challenging to mortgage home variants include properties with outbuildings used for normal domestic purposes, properties with a single annexe or another self-contained part of the property, properties with a small number of solar panels or a wind turbine on the land for domestic use, properties using rooms, land or outbuildings for business purposes and properties in coastal areas.

Tough to finance property titles include properties with a sinking fund of 7% or more of the property sale price when the property is sold, properties with any kind of structural defect, damp, dry or wet rot, some properties with sitting tenants or regulated tenancies, mundic homes and concrete frame.

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