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Equity Release in the UAE
Equity tied up in a property can be released to aid in various scenarios such as debt management, property renovations, to buy a further property or to invest. Not all lenders will release equity from a cash purchased property preferring you to have an existing mortgage to take over and extend, however there are still a great deal of choices available in the market.
Why utilise a broker?
Finding the right mortgage to use to release equity?
The first step in the process is to undertake a call or meeting with you where we will conduct a full fact find to understand your requirements further.
The second step is for us to analyse the information we have gathered in order to start filtering out the banks that are not applicable.
Based on the information we have collected, the research we have undertaken and the analysis of the products available we will then make a recommendation.
Types of equity release mortgage available
Some banks and institutions will offer the ability to make overpayments free of charge and some even allow you to exit or pay off the mortgage without cost, however no single bank does it all!
In an ideal world it would be great to have a bank offer the lowest rate, the lowest costs and charges, however where a lender appears great in one aspect it could be less appealing in another. That is why it is very important to understand all of your requirements fully before making a recommendation. There is no point in recommending a low rate that comes with mandatory salary transfer if you are unable to transfer salary due to other loan commitments as an example!
The main types of mortgage when you consider rate are as follows:FIXED
A fixed rate mortgage is where the bank fixes the interest rate for between 1 and 5 years which protects the rate against fluctuation in the Emirates Interbank Offer Rate (EIBOR).TRACKER
This type of rate consists of a fixed margin stipulated by the bank plus the prevailing EIBOR rate which changes daily (although most banks use a 3 month rolling average rate). If you believe rates will decline then tracker type products are normally a good option.VARIABLE
Some banks will offer a variable rate, an internal rate which is set by various internal departments within the institution. Although variable rates are no overly transparent, they can sometimes be cheaper than fixed rates.
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