Heartland wins Best Reverse Mortgage award

22 December 2016

We are thrilled to announce that Heartland Seniors Finance has won the Best Reverse Mortgage award at Money magazine’s Best of Best awards! For two consecutive years, Heartland has been the recipient of this prestigious award. All of us at Heartland are humbled by this recognition of our hard work over many years. It is a great honour,  but our ultimate satisfaction comes from being able to help thousands of Australians live a better retirement.

With a strong rise in home values across many parts of Australia in recent years, senior Australians have perhaps more wealth tied up in residential property than ever before. This is clearly a positive outcome, but the ‘illiquid’ nature of property as an asset class has traditionally made it difficult for older and retired home owners to release such equity without selling the property.

Heartland is proud to offer senior Australians an alternative mechanism for accessing this home equity through our Reverse Mortgage loan product.  Retirement is no longer a choice between ‘sell the home to access cash’ or ‘keep the home but live frugally’. You can to enjoy the retirement you deserve with a Heartland Reverse Mortgage.

Our award-winning Reverse Mortgage loan product is designed to provide a powerful combination of useful features, flexibility, and value. Heartland Seniors Finance offers the ability to fund retirement needs as a supplement to any existing superannuation or pension income. Borrowers can use the funds for any worthwhile purpose, but commonly apply them to living expenses, to consolidate debt, or for house renovations.

I’m proud to say you can expect even more innovation from Heartland in future. Our customers are our source of inspiration. We continually strive to improve our offering, because we know that a great Reverse Mortgage loan product can make a real difference to quality of life Australians will enjoy in retirement. And at that end of the day, this is what it’s all about.

Regards, Andrew


Information provided is accurate as at 22 December 2017 and may change from time to time