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Warning on reverse mortgages

The best reverse mortgage will depend on your own particular circumstances, and crucially, how you intend to use the money. There is never any single answer as to which is ‘the best’, and indeed the Australian reverse mortgage market changes constantly so making any sweeping recommendations is fraught with danger. One of the few certainties is that using a SEQUAL accredited equity release broker such as Seniors First can often be a better way ensuring you find the right solution. A good equity release / reverse mortgage broker will explain how it works, list all the pros and cons, and provide easy access to multiple lenders.

  • the interest rate – the cheaper the better, in most cases
  • any monthly fees – try and avoid where ever possible
  • redraw fees – can be costly if used incorrectly
  • loan to value (LVR) ratios – the percentage of home equity you can release varies greatly between the banks, depending on your age

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    My grandpa died in December 2012. Supposedly his house was in reverse mortgage. My uncle says he hasn t been I m contact with the banks and he does not know when they will take the house. There has been a lot of greed going on. I just want to know how I can find out who owns the house or who themortgage lenders are. I thought the heirs were supposed to pay back the mortgage to keep the house or sell it.

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