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Equity Release Revision Guide - 2023/2024


  • Online Book - £25.00 - immediate
  • Professionally Published Book - £39 to include P&P - takes 2 working days
  • 2023/2024 Edition

You’ve decided that passing the Equity Release exams is a great way to expand your business in the growing later life marketplace.

You still have to earn a living full time and this makes it tricky to study as well. But you really want to get your equity release exam under your belt. If this is you, then you’ll favour Paul Archer’s Equity Release Revision Guide.

Our Equity Release Revision Guide has been designed to complement the CII or LIBF textbook material perfectly. The guide is written in a really lively summary style using bullets rather than long paragraphs.

It contains over 200 pages of summary bullet lists, illustrations, tables, cartoons and with a specimen test paper to prepare you for the exam. It is also fully indexed so you can quickly look up all the different subjects you want to study.

Here’s a couple of ways you can combine our guide with your existing material.

  • A week before your exam, work through our guide – that way you’ll have a different style of learning to boost your last minute revision.
  • During your studying of the material, you might come across something that’s a bit tricky or you didn’t understand.
  • Other people like to read our Revision Guide and when they want more detail on something they dig out their Text Book.

How you use it is up to you. The Revision Guide is indexed so you can quickly look up all the different subjects you want to study. There’s also plenty of summaries to help you learn the key points of things too.

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Free Trial

If you are like me, I like to see products before I buy, so I've arranged for you to be able to view a version of 25 pages from the Equity Release Revision Guide. This will give you an excellent feel for the style of our Guides.

Head to our Learning Management Portal, sign in for free and access the trial version quickly.
Go here to check out the free 25 pages.

How to Order Your Copy

We have both the online book available and a physical book posted, which should arrive within 2 working days following your order. You will always receive the most up-to-date copy from us direct.

Physical Book

We have stocks here and will mail this out to you following your order. The price includes postage and packing (£8 in total). We send it tracked Royal Mail, so you'll know where it is, and they state 2 working days following your order.  


Online Book

Price £25.00 (no VAT)

We have the online book on our Learning Management System. This online portal allows you to access your guide anytime on any device. We have a web app for your phone, or you can read it from your tablet or laptop. Please kindly note we do not share the PDFs anymore since we've struggled to prevent people from illegally sharing these on social media for several years. Sorry.

If you prefer a paper copy, you can have a printed book within a couple of working days. We have the most up-to-date versions in stock all the time.

Just click on the image link below, and you'll be whisked to our portal, where you can make payment with PayPal or Stripe, sign into the portal and read your guide in seconds.

Alternatively, head straight to our Learning Management System page, where you can sign in for free, look at our on-demand courses at your leisure, and try it out to see if it fits. Go here https://paularcher.thinkific.com




The Revision Guide, as with all our supporting material, is complementary to the main Textbook and will never replace the detail contained there. It was never written to reproduce the same text - that would serve no purpose. It does contain, however, bulleted summaries of the syllabus. These bullets are lighter in substance but retain the major points.