Sense of release

Rozario, Andrea
September 2009
Money Marketing;9/3/2009, Special section p14
In this article the author highlights the categories for possible customers for the new theory "Facing the Future, Redefining Equity Release to Meet Today's Social and Economic Challenges" in Great Britain. The author suggests that customers should have long-term care needs and must be ineligible for state-funded care due to the value of their assets. She adds that vulnerable and older people have an absolute need for equity release.


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