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Retirement Lifestyle Booster mortgage

A 10 year Interest-Only mortgage that gives you regular monthly payments and an optional up-front lump sum.

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The mortgage will be secured on your home. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.

Do you want to make the most of your retirement and achieve some of your long held ambitions but not quite sure how you can make it happen? 

Our Retirement Lifestyle Booster is an alternative to equity release, a 10 year Interest-Only mortgage for those aged 60 to 79, that pays regular monthly payments for 10 years and an optional lump sum.

This money can be used for home improvements, holidays and new experiences as well as supporting children and grandchildren with life events such as a house purchase.

If you have any questions please contact our New Business Team would will be happy to provide more information.


Product information

Key features of our Retirement Lifestyle Booster mortgage and how to apply.

How it works

Find out how the Retirement Lifestyle Booster mortgage differs from a standard Interest-Only mortgage and how it could work for you.

Frequently asked questions

Some of our most frequently asked questions about the Retirement Lifestyle Booster mortgage.

Calculate how much you could borrow

Use our Retirement Lifestyle Booster calculator to see what your monthly advances could be and the maximum initial lump sum available to you.