We have a very clear vision: to revolutionise retirement in the UK.

It’s a rather grand vision, we know. But we want to give everyone, no matter what their circumstances, the chance to retire happy. To have the security of a home they love and can afford. Doesn’t seem a lot to ask, really.

Home For Life Plan

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Meet the homewise team

It's our people that make us, and we invest heavily in our recruitment and training to make sure we're best placed to help you. And, to this day, Homewise is family owned and run.

Home for Life Plan

With up to 59% off the market price of any property in England and Wales, our Home for Life Plan can help you get moving quickly and easily.

Moving Home

There's no doubt about it moving home is stressful. But with our new Move Simply service, you can wash your hands of it, and pass it over to us. Easy peasy.

Our story

For over forty years, we've been specialising in home purchase options for the over 60s. Back in 1971, Reg Neal started the company with the aim of providing secure and affordable homes for a group of friends that were struggling to find appropriate housing as they got older. Nowadays, this is known as the Home for Life Plan, and the company is run by Reg's sons: Mark, Justin and Sean, with just a little bit of help from mum Karen. As a family-run company, our values are based on how we would like to see our families treated, and how we'd like to be treated when we retire.

Our Values Homewise so far

PRESS RELEASE: Homewise conquer Snowdon

Homewise brave freezing rain and knee-high snow to conquer Snowdon, raising £4,332 for Mind in the process.

PRESS RELEASE: Homewise climb Snowdon for Mind

Homewise are aiming to raise £1 for every foot walked, or £7,120 in total, for Mind.

Interest-only mortgages and the older borrower

Interest-only mortgages are regularly referred to as a ticking time bomb. But what exactly does this mean for older borrowers and what are their options?