Customers Overwhelmingly Recommend Heartland

Written By Andrew Ford

07 March 2018

Our focus at Heartland Seniors Finance is to help retirees live a better, and more comfortable, retirement with independence and dignity.  With that in mind we are immensely proud of the results in a recent survey we completed which showed a resounding 96% of customers would recommend Heartland to friends and  family.

Adding to that, 94% have said they would recommend taking out a reverse mortgage to friends and family. 

The results illustrate how a reverse mortgage genuinely can, and does, help Australian seniors live a better retirement.  When we asked about the most important benefits of a reverse mortgage, peace of mind was the top response, followed by having no regular repayments, and continuing to live in their home.

Along with the results, it has been a pleasure to be able to read about how a Heartland Reverse Mortgage has significantly benefited the lives of many Australian seniors. Here’s what some of our respondents had to say:


“Gives us peace of mind knowing we don’t have to repay every month and the flexibility”

“Once the loan was approved, I felt a great relief and felt I could breathe calmly again”

“This loan has enabled us to remain in our home and continue to be useful members of a small community”

“Heartland Reverse Mortgage provided us extra income to supplement the pension, allowing for a good lifestyle”

“It is so wonderful not to be paying a mortgage now – I have enough money to have a life. Only income was Aged Pension”


If you would like more information on how reverse mortgage could help you or the people that you know, please feel free to request further information here, or contact us on 1300 889 338 or



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Andrew Ford, CEO, Heartland Seniors Finance

Andrew Ford is the CEO of Heartland Seniors Finance and has been with the Heartland group for over 15 years. He is passionate about reverse mortgages and the difference it can make to the lives of seniors.

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