What Happens If?
Feel free! It’s your home to decorate as you want. Wallpaper, paint, new carpet. Just before you undertake any major renovations, you will need to get permission from the property owner. If you’re unsure, just give us a call.
On balance, the Home for Life Plan was going to be something that enabled us to do what we wanted at the time we wanted to do it.
The Home for Life Plan is completely portable. Should you wish to move, your plan will move with you. You would need to cover all moving, sales and legal costs, and, as usual, we can help with every step of this process.
The Home for Life Plan is designed to be flexible enough to help you achieve your goals, and for many people guaranteeing an inheritance for their loved ones is a priority. With the Home for Life Plan, you can quite literally retain anywhere between 0 and 50% of the future value of your home.
No one moves into full-time residential care without a great deal of soul searching, although having said that moving to a care home can offer security, peace of mind and companionship. If you do move into care, your Home for Life Plan will end. If you have retained a share of the property’s value, this will be transferred to your account and will form part of your assets. Care costs, assessments and options vary wildly from area to area, so it’s always worth seeking advice from your local authority.
Horrible topic, we know. But, needs must. If you’re the only person in the Home for Life Plan, the property will revert to Homewise or its investment partners. If you have a partner on the plan, they will retain the right to live in the home until they pass away or move into care.
Well, it’s not exactly something we’re expecting, but we have planned for it, just in case. Should everything go pear shaped and Homewise, for whatever reason, is no longer around, your lifetime lease is still protected. It is registered at the Land Registry and your retained share is secured via the legally binding Declaration of Trust. It is not dependent on Homewise.
Our Code of Practice is set up to ensure honesty, clarity and professionalism throughout our business. Should we fall short of that in any way, then we have a fair and understanding complaints procedure set up to protect you. If you do need to raise a complaint, pop it in writing and send it across. You can find out contact details here. We’ll aim to acknowledge your complaint within three days.
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