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What is a Home Reversion Plan?

A Home Reversion Plan involves selling your home or part of it to a private company called a reversion company.

When you sell your home, or part of it, through a home reversion scheme you do not receive the full market value. This is because the reversion company gives you the right to live in your home rent-free for the rest of your life. In some cases, the cash sum from the sale could be 40% or less of the property value, it will rarely be over 60%, even for people over 80.

When the property is sold, usually on death, the reversion company receives the proceeds from the sale depending on the share of your home that you sold. For example, if you sold a 50% share of your home, the reversion company receives 50% of the proceeds when it is sold.

Advantages

  • You will have a substantial lump sum or regular income to spend as you wish.
  • You don't have to make a monthly repayment
  • You will not build up any debt
  • Beneficiaries know the proportion of your home (if not the value) that they will receive from your estate
  • Unless you have sold 100% of your property, you continue to share in the rise in value of your property.
  • You can take further cash depending on the amount you originally sold

Disadvantages

  • It will reduce the value of your estate considerably and therefore the amount left to your beneficiaries
  • If you die soon after starting the plan, you could have effectively sold off your house (or a share of it) cheaply. Some schemes may give a rebate if death occurs within the first few years of the start date
  • Some schemes can take a long time to arrange, and some companies are very selective about the properties they consider

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