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| Sell my endowment policy?
Deciding to stop an endowment policy, by surrendering or selling, is an important decision not only because you will lose the life cover, but also because you will have to re arrange the way your mortgage is paid off.
As well as surrendering it back to the company you bought it off, policyholders also have the option of selling it to a third party.
Early redemption will result in less money being returned than you would have if it carried on for its full term, but this can be increased by offering it up for sale to a second-hand "with profits" endowment policy buyer
What might you get ?
Different companies have different requirements when it comes to them buying your "with profits" endowment policy
The basic requirement is that it must be a with-profits or a with-profits whole life policy and have been running for a minimum number of years.
Other policies (unit linked) are difficult to sell to investors, as they do not give the same levels of return as a with-profits.
will also require the surrender value to be at least £1,500.
If your policy does not meet the criteria, then they will not be able
to handle your sale which means the only option available is what the
original life company can offer.
Your home may be repossessed if
you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage
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