BUCKINGHAMSHIRE EQUITY RELEASE
Looking to release equity from your home in Buckinghamshire then look no further.
Viva Retirement Solutions are experts in equity release and lifetime mortgage solutions and have released a significant amount of equity for their clients in Buckinghamshire since 2013.
Why not contact us today to see how we can help you with your equity release in Buckinghamshire.
The Property Market in Buckinghamshire for equity release
Buckinghamshire is another major commuter belt county boasting a large amount of high value properties. We cover all the towns and cities in Buckinghamshire including High Wycombe, Amersham, Chesham and the Chalfonts forming some of the most densely populated parts of the county with the larges town of Milton Keynes.
With a high proportion of residents working in London this has contributed to high price rises over the years. If you are over 55 and have lived in Buckinghamshire for 20 years plus you will have seen some high increases to your Buckinghamshire property value. Buckinghamshire provides some perfect properties for equity release due to the steep rises in property over the years. Even with the property market currently slowing, we have the expertise to know if the there is equity to release in your Buckinghamshire home.
A large part of the Chiltern Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, runs through the south of the county and attracts many walkers and cyclists from London. Many parts of the county are quite affluent and like many areas around London this has led to problems with housing costs: several reports have identified the market town of Beaconsfield as having among the highest property prices outside London.
As a commuter county it is not well known for industry, but does include Chequers the Prime Minister's country home, Pinewood Film Studio and part of Silverstone race track.
Last year most property sales in Buckinghamshire involved detached properties which sold for on average £644,259. Semi-detached properties sold for an average price of £370,463, while terraced properties fetched £314,963. Buckinghamshire, with an overall average price of £420,770, the priciest area within Buckinghamshire was Eversholt (£1,019,333) and the least expensive was Oldbrook (£223,267).
Our experienced equity release and lifetime mortgage advisor, Russell Coneron is waiting to help you on your equity release journey. Based in Buckinghamshire, he is highly experienced in equity release and with knowledge of Buckinghamshire, he is ideally placed to advise you.
If you are looking for equity release in Buckinghamshire, please contact us today.
What Our Buckinghamshire equity release Customers Say....
In view of the period during which Russell acted for me (ie the pandemic). The resuits showed him in a very professional manner. Which helped me to achieve my goal on time.
R Crisford, Buckinghamshire, 8/2/21
I cannot fault the service I received from Viva Retirement Solutions - prompt, courteous and efficient throughout. All my questions were handled expertly and sympathetically, all the advice I received was balanced and well-considered. I felt I was in good hands from start to finish - to the desired outcome.
Private, Buckinghamshire, 24/1/21
We found Russell to be extremely helpful, supportive friendly and professional in all aspects of our Mortgage application and Protection plans. Russell listened to our needs and found us the best possible rates. We were provided with regular updates on the status of our application. The advice we received was invaluable and we would not hesitate to use Russell and Viva Retirement Solutions again in the future.
Daniel & Catherine, Buckinghamshire, 14/1/21
Russell made this whole process easy to understand and we both felt confident about all the information given. There is alot to think about with retirement equity plans and we believe we were given the best advice possible at a very fair price.
Private, Buckinghamshire, 18/12/20
10 years ago, Nationwide told me the rate was fixed for life. Then four years ago Key, after a two hour visit and a week later, told me it was not posiible. Thank you Viva.
R Thompson, 4/12/20, Buckinghamshire