RTBQ. Four letters to live by.
Briding the gap between expectation and preparation
The regulator wants to work with the industry on products to allow people to unlock money tied up in their property, Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) acting chief executive Tracey McDermott has said.
The growing importance of LPAs
Is taking a mortgage to the grave such a bad thing?
Homeowners aged between 65 and 74 are increasingly using equity release to supplement their income in later life, figures from the Equity Release Council’s (ERC) market report have shown.
Why advisers are central to equity release
‘The product formerly known as equity release'
Crossed lines: Why isn't the equity release message getting through?
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is considering its regulation of the equity release market amid concerns a "dirty word" reputation has led to an under-functioning market.
Logical step? Using equity release to pay for LTC
The appeal of using property wealth as an extra source of retirement income continues to grow, according to figures indicating record amounts of equity release lending.
Breaking the equity release taboo
Retirement Advantage has pulled a number of products from the equity release market, leaving just its Interest Select Gold deal at 5.99% available to customers.
It’s not easy being an adviser (but why should it be?)
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has banned an equity release and mortgage adviser for making illegitimate transfers totalling £1m.
Why Martin Lewis has got it wrong on equity release
Everything advisers need to know on equity release
A takeover deal between equity release specialist Bower Retirement Services and IFA Sixty Plus has been dropped after the advice firm decided to pull out.
Bower Retirement Services, an advice operation specialising in equity release, has bought IFA firm Sixty Plus.
Legal & General (L&G) is to buy equity release provider New Life Home Finance (Newlife) for £5m.
Andrea Rozario on the surge in demand for equity release and the opportunities for properly qualified advisers
Catch up: Five pensions stories you might have missed
Pensions experts have called for the government to help savers access their pensions tax-free to fund long-term care.