CHIP Reverse Mortgage
CHIP Reverse Mortgage Plan is provided by HomEquity Bank. It is a solution designed specifically to meet the needs of Canadian senior homeowners.
What is a CHIP Reverse Mortgage?
Income Today. Your Home For a Lifetime.
It’s where you raised your family and built your memories. When something means this much to you, it can be hard to think about the challenges. But challenges do exist.
If you’re like many Canadians, you’ve spent much of your life working hard and diligently making your mortgage payments. Yet now that you need income the most, there’s a good chance the bulk of your net worth is locked up as equity in your home. Fortunately there’s a solution. By choosing the CHIP Reverse Mortgage, you receive income in your lifetime while retaining full control of the place where you rest your head.
Security. Ownership. Flexibility – CHIP Reverse Mortgage
The CHIP Home Income Plan, now called a CHIP Reverse Mortgage, was created by HomEquity Bank, a Schedule 1 Canadian Bank. It was founded 30 years ago as an annuity based solution addressing the financial needs of Canadians who want to access the equity of their top asset – their home.
A Secure Source of Income
Simply put, a CHIP Reverse Mortgage is a loan secured by your home with a big difference. With CHIP, you do not have to make any payments interest or principal for as long as you or your spouse live there. All you have to do is keep your property in good maintenance, pay your property taxes and property insurance.
Designed with Homeowners in Mind
At your stage of life, excessive risk is the last thing you need. That’s why we specifically designed the CHIP Reverse Mortgage to be financially sound. You maintain full ownership of your home. And we guarantee you’ll never owe more than the fair market value at the time it is sold, so you can rest assured your CHIP Reverse Mortgage will never be a burden to your heirs.
A Canadian Solution
The CHIP Reverse Mortgage was created for the express purpose of helping Canadian homeowners. It is recognized by all of our country’s major banks (and many small ones) as well as credit unions and financial planners.