We have provided a calculator to give you an illustration of the impact of your Heartland Reverse Mortgage on the equity in your home.
The reverse mortgage calculator helps you work out:
Step 1. Work out how much you could borrow.
Step 2. Decide how much you would like to borrow.
Step 3. View the loan projection table and if you’re ready to find out more, make an enquiry.
Step 1. How much could you borrow?
Use our Reverse Mortgage Calculator to work out how much you could be eligible to borrow.
*This calculation does not constitute an approval but provides an indicator of how much you could possibly borrow. Applications for a Reverse Mortgage are subject to our normal lending criteria, which includes a valuation. Full terms and conditions will be included in any loan offer.
Step 2. How much would you like to borrow
You may be able to borrow up to a maximum of $45,000 based on your age and home value as per your calculations on Step 1.
Based on the information you provided, you will be able to see,
|Year||Age of Youngest Borrower||Loan Amount (including interest)||Estimated Home Value||Equity Remaining|
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Are you ready to apply? We’ve put together a few simple questions that will help us know whether a reverse mortgage is going to be right for you. Once you’ve submitted your answers, a specialist will get in touch with you directly.
Tell us a bit about yourself.
Let us know the number of people you are applying for.
Tell us the amount you require and what you’d like to use your loan for.
Please note that these examples are for illustrative purposes only and give no guarantees as to any future equity that you may have in your property.
Equity Remaining is based on the estimated property value less loan balance including interest. This figure does not allow for any costs that may be incurred during the sale of the property.
The current Heartland Reverse Mortgage variable interest rate is 7.55% p.a. and is subject to change. An interest rate of 7.55% p.a. compounded monthly, including applicable fees or charges and no repayments being made has been used in this example. Different interest rates may apply. Different loan amounts, interest rates, terms and conditions, and fees and charges, will result in different repayment amounts.
The value of your home may not increase over the term of the loan and could even fall. This may mean that the amount of equity remaining in your home (the difference between the home’s value and the outstanding loan balance) may be substantially less at the end of the loan than it was at the outset. However, Heartland Bank offers you the No Negative Equity Guarantee which means that you will not have to pay us back more than the net sale proceeds of the property, even if this amount is less than the outstanding loan balance.
Fee’s and Charges will apply and will be deducted from your loan drawdown, including an Arrangement Fee of $1,050 and applicable valuation fee.
Heartland Bank's lending criteria, terms and conditions, fees and charges apply.