Using property to fund retirement 'last resort' for majority

Little appetite for using property as pension

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Using property to fund retirement 'last resort' for majority

The vast majority of homeowners do not want to use their property wealth to fund retirement, according to Aegon research.

Research from the provider found 74% of homeowners would only use their home as a "last resort" to provide a retirement income or do not consider their home as a source of retirement income at all....

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