At Heartland we are proud to have helped over fifteen thousand New Zealand seniors live a more comfortable retirement with our reverse mortgage. We aim to provide customers with peace of mind and have a culture that places significant importance on the duty of care we have for every customer.
Subject to Heartland’s assessment and approval, our loans may be signed for by a Power of Attorney (POA), this is to act as an ‘agent’. They also may, after settlement, commence acting on behalf of a customer. However, Heartland takes extra care when assessing and approving loans under Power of Attorney to ensure that they are suitable.
A downloadable copy of our Power of Attorney Guide is also available.
This guide does not constitute legal or professional advice. If you require assistance you should obtain independent legal advice.
Important notice: This information has been prepared without taking account of the needs, objectives, or financial situation of any particular individual. Applicants should consider their own circumstances and, if necessary, seek professional advice. Applications are subject to loan approval criteria. Terms, conditions, fees and charges apply. Please note the information set out in this guide may change from time to time.