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The value of the home you own less any mortgage you may have on it is deemed to be the equity you have in the property. An Equity release loan is a means of unlocking or making available some, or all, of this value without needing to vacate the property. This can be achieved through two different types of scheme: a lifetime mortgage, which is based on raising a loan against the value of your home (it's equity); or a home reversion scheme, under which all or part of the property is sold to a home reversion company. You can release some, or perhaps all, of the equity in your home as an equity loan to give yourself a tax-free lump sum, a regular tax-free income, or a facility enabling you to borrow against the property as and when required, up to a predetermined level. The cash you receive from an equity loan scheme is tax-free because only your liquid assets change, not your total wealth or income.

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Re: Home Equity Loans - www.neforum2.co.uk/equityloans
« Reply #1 on: Apr 03, 2008, 21:34 »
Are we on commision ?

Or is this a way to fund the forum with sponsorship ?  ...........


Just a quick thankyou NEFORUM for keeping this forum alive and kicking, and I realise all the hardwork unseen to keep this user friendly and at speed

Some people may take this for granted........   but this is a little life line to all those worldwide ...  A little piece of home at there fingertips


Cheers

I hope everyone agrees  :wink:                   
CLANSMAN





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Re: Home Equity Loans - www.neforum2.co.uk/equityloans
« Reply #2 on: Apr 04, 2008, 00:10 »
Are we on commision ?

Or is this a way to fund the forum with sponsorship ?  ...........


Just a quick thankyou NEFORUM for keeping this forum alive and kicking, and I realise all the hardwork unseen to keep this user friendly and at speed

Some people may take this for granted........   but this is a little life line to all those worldwide ...  A little piece of home at there fingertips


Cheers

I hope everyone agrees  :wink:                   
CLANSMAN


Thanks CLANSMAN. It's all part of the 'evil empire'.  :D I make my money to keep things afloat from advertising and affilate sponsorships. I have several websites that contribute to the cause. There are certain niches that pay better than others, the financial sites and medical ones do very well. Others are less contributory but it all helps. This is one of them, but the most difficult thing is traffic. As I'm always saying to people, if you have the best website in the world, it's worth nothing if nobody knows about it. There's a skill and knowhow involved in getting the best out of Google Adsense. Positioning matters, colour matters, blending matters and targetting matters. It's sometimes very difficult on a forum getting ads that are contextual, that are relevant to the matter being discussed. Sometimes Google manages it, but at other times the ads aren't targetted at all. With other sites like the equity one, it's easier to get targetted ads, but there's a lot of competition, so it's more difficult to get a share of it.

I try to improve things here, bit by bit, and it's always nice to get feedback. In the early days it cost me about £200-300 per annum to run this forum. Thankfully, that's no longer the case. I still enjoy it and am glad others do, it's just a labour of love and something that allows folks from all over the world to talk on common subjects and for ex-pats to keep in touch with 'home' even when they're far away.

Keep contributing, y'hear.

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