Equity Release Supermarket was established in 2008 by our founding director, Mark Gregory. This year year we celebrate our 10th anniversary.
I became involved in Equity Release as I wanted to help people realise their dreams and improve the quality of their lives. I joined Equity Release Supermarket as I am passionate about helping people and we have a shared belief in the value of what we do here and how we are changing peoples lives. Property is for many people their largest asset and I believe it has the potential to play an even greater role in the future of retirement planning. Housing wealth is moving into the main stream as a tool for financial planning in retirement.
Equity Release is becoming increasingly popular and can provide you with a tax free lump sum to spend on anything you wish such as home improvements, holidays, a new car or maybe you want to help your loved ones onto the property ladder. As an independent whole of market adviser I can guide you through the different schemes available and offer you a professional and friendly service either face to face, online or telephone if you prefer. I live in Peebles.
We provide a friendly, high quality, transparent advice process. We are directly authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority and a member of the Equity Release Council which ensures that products are safe and accessible for consumers. We provide national coverage, offering both telephone advice and face to face advice. I have specialist Equity Release Qualifications as well as holding the Diploma in Financial Planning from the Chartered Insurance Institute.
I have worked all my career in financial services since I started work for RBS in 1989. I have also worked for Bank of Scotland as well as being an IFA.
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
18 Standalane View, Peebles, Scotland, EH45 8LS
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