Whether you’re new to equity release, already qualified, or simply want to refer leads, we’ve got plenty of support to help you take the next step. From structured CPD-accredited video modules to exam support and guides, you'll find everything you'll need here.
Lifetime Mortgage with Aviva
We have improved our Lifetime Mortgage by adding a Variable gilt index early repayment charge (ERC) option alongside our fixed percentage ERC option. Our new Variable gilt index ERC option offers a transparent calculation to work out the early repayment charge amount. New customers will be able to choose between a fixed percentage and a Variable gilt index ERC.
Choose the relevant modules for you - whether you’re not yet active in the equity release market or looking to build your equity release business
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Lifetime mortgage calculator
See the potential effects of compound interest and house price inflation over the loan term
Technical guides and sales aids
A guide to the main types of properties and clients that may be suitable for an Avivia lifetime mortgage.
More property types
A brief guide highlighting the wide range of different property types that we're now able to lend on.
Redemption without an early repayment charge (ERC) for clients who've applied to transfer a mortgage to a property that Aviva won't lend on.
Also available in equity release
With over 20 years' experience, we're one of the most established and trusted equity release lenders in the UK. We've helped over 260,000 people release more than £9 billion.
Our Lifestyle Flexible Option lifetime mortgage provides clients with a flexible approach. It offers the option of either receiving a one-off cash lump sum of £15,000 or more, tax-free or receiving an initial lump sum of £10,000 or more with a cash reserve of £5,000 or more for your client to draw money from, as and when they need it. What's more, they only pay interest on the money they've drawn.
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