Reverse Mortgage Calculator

For Lump-Sum Equity Take Outs*

Use the calculator to see how rising home values can offset some (or even all) of the amount of reverse mortgage interest accruing against your home. If your home's value rises enough, it can even offset the original reverse mortgage loan amount (the "principal"). In highly concentrated urban areas, such as those in Ontario and British Columbia, a complete offset of the loan has not been uncommon.

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*These calculations and the chart are for illustration purposes only. There are always assumptions and external factors that cannot account for in these calculations, and those assumptions and unknown external factors may affect future projections. Lotus Income may change or update its calculations without notification. The calculations on this reverse mortgage calculator are only a guide and are not specific legal, financial, accounting, or tax advice.

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© 2022 Lotus Income - Specializing in Canadian Reverse Mortgages.  Although we make every attempt to ensure our reverse mortgage information is correct, Lotus Income does not guarantee the accuracy of the information on our website. Please speak to a mortgage broker for the latest details.  Site last updated: Jan 12, 2022.