See how much equity you can access in your home and calculate the costs of the loan.

Reverse Mortgage Analysis Made Simple

The reverse mortgage calculator can help you estimate how many years you will be able to live off the equity on your home before it returns to a zero value or to a protected level. You can also use this calculator to see if using a reverse mortgage could be worthwhile option for you.


Thinking of retiring but not sure you have enough superannuation saved to live comfortably? Do you need to know how much you can borrow with a reverse mortgage facility? This easy-to-use calculator will help you get an idea of how much you can borrow. The calculator assesses the applicant’s age, the value of the property, and protected equity.

For more details or for a financial consultation regarding interest and your savings, retirement and reverse mortgage, get in touch with our skilled advisers today.

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When you’re ready to get exact calculations for your specific needs, Wealthy You's mortgage brokers are here to do the sums for you. Contact us for a cost and obligation free chat to discuss your requirements in more detail. Your mortgage broker will calculate all the figures you need and they’ll also compare a wide choice of Australia’s leading lenders to find the most suitable home loan for you.

Disclaimer Notice:

These calculators are supplied by our industrial partner MFAA. The calculator has been provided in good faith as a guidance tool only. Results are not financial advice, are a guide only, and are not a guaranteed outcome or quote. Borrowers should always discuss their individual situation with an Australian Credit Licensee or authorised Credit Representative (such as Wealthy You)

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