Wait for it... a reversal of fortune

Tsanadis, Andrew
May 2013
Money Management;5/9/2013, Vol. 27 Issue 17, p14
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the reverse mortgage in Australia. It says that the reverse mortgages are the only form of equity-release product available in the country but financial planners and mortgage brokers stop to offer them after the global financial crisis (GFC). It mentions that the Senior Australians Equity Release Association of Lenders (SEQUAL) will launch its member training program to discuss the technical aspects of the reverse mortgage.


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