Reverse Mortgages

At Heritage, we give people over the age of 60 he freedom to use equity in their home to enjoy the things they want to.

How Does a Reverse Mortgage Work?

If you own your home, a Heartland Reverse Mortgage from Heartland Seniors Finance, can turn your home into a cash asset. If you are 60 or over, you can borrow up to 45% of your home’s value.

Unlike some other reverse mortgage loans you don’t have to sell your home – the title remains in your name.

You can use a reverse mortgage to pay for:

  • Home renovations and maintenance
  • Health care
  • Credit card bills
  • A new car
  • Education costs for grandchildren
  • Pay out an existing mortgage
  • An overseas holiday
  • Unexpected emergencies 
Features
  • Borrow up to 45% of your home’s value
  • Property title remains in your name
  • No regular repayments or interest of capital during the course of the loan
  • Nothing to pay until you sell your home or after your death (or the death of your surviving nominated partner), unless you decide to voluntarily pay out the loan.
Borrowing Limit

The amount you can borrow depends on your age at the time you take out your loan. The amount you can borrow begins at 15% of your property value at age 60, increasing by 1% for each year of age up to 90.

Select your age:
You may be able to borrow up to 15% of the value of your home.

You can choose to take out an Heartland Reverse Mortgage as a lump sum, regular payments or a combination of the two. A Cash Reserve facility is also available which could give you additional funds over a five year period after settlement. The Reserve amount is based on the difference between your maximum loan entitlement and the amount initially borrowed. Work out how much you can borrow using the Reverse Mortgage Calculator

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