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Convert residential properties and life insurance policies into cash or monthly payouts.

Reverse Mortgage Programme

Reverse Mortgage Programme

The property owner can convert their residential properties into cash and/or a regular stream of monthly payouts – while they can live in the property for the rest of their life while no repayment during lifetime!

Flexible Payment Term

Stable monthly payouts for either a fixed period of 10, 15 or 20 years or throughout entire life and/or lump-sum payout – for specific purposes.

Residing in the Property

Continue residing in the property for the rest of life after taking out a reverse mortgage loan.

No Repayment during lifetime^

The borrowers do not need to repay the reverse mortgage loan during their lifetime.

Upon loan termination

Surplus arising from sale proceeds of the property after loan repayment will be given to personal representatives.
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