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Changing the name on the deeds - do I need a transfer of equity?
If you’re looking to remove or add a name to the deeds of your property, or ‘buy out’ an ex-partner, you’ll need a transfer of equity. Here are a few different reasons you might need a transfer of equity, how you can go about getting the process started, and what you need to do.
What is equity release and how does it work?
Equity release is the ability to free up the equity from your property, whilst you continue to live in it. For many people, their property is their biggest asset, but all their savings are tied up in it. Equity release allows you to withdraw either a lump sum or a monthly amount from the value of your property, in a similar way to a mortgage.
Remortgaging your home
Legal advice can be a valuable asset to an individual looking to remortgage a home or buy-to-let property. Not only are specialist legal service providers equipped to represent your best interests and carefully check any documentation produced by a lender, they can also represent you should a dispute occur and a complaint to the Financial Ombudsman be required.