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Later life borrowing in a world that's living longer

We asked the London School of Economics and Political Science to look into how people are using housing wealth in later life. In particular, what types of older people (aged 60+) withdraw equity from their homes? How do they decide between the possible ways of doing so? And how do they use the funds released?

 Our new report can be downloaded here

Remortgaging in Later Life - report cover


    Our previous research projects, in conjunction with LSE, include how the Bank of Mum and Dad really works, and the effect Stamp Duty on the housing market and the wider economy. Links to our reports and guides can be found below: 

    Research report - The Bank of Mum
    and Dad:  How it really works
      

    The Bank Of Mum and Dad How It Really Works                         

    How to run the Bank of
    Mum and Dad 

    How to run The Bank of Mum and Dad                   

    The Bank of Mum and Dad -
    A Conversation guide

    BOMAD_A_Conversation_Guide

     Find out more and read our report  Find out more and read our guide  Find out more and read our guide
         

    The Bank of Mum and Dad -
    A Financial guide
    BOMAD_A_Financial_Guide

    The Bank of Mum and Dad -
    A Legal guide
    BOMAD_A_Legal_Guide
               

    Stamp Duty Land Tax: 
    A tax too far?

     LSE2

     Find out more and read our guide  Find out more and read our guide

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