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A tax effective way for anyone in New Zealand to invest in the sought-after healthcare property sector with as little as $10,000.
Increasing living costs are having a dramatic impact on Kiwis, according to a recent survey conducted by Heartland in partnership with GrownUps.
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Heartland is New Zealand’s leading provider of reverse mortgages, having helped over 19,000 customers across the country release equity from their homes to fund their dream retirement. As part of our GrownUps partnership, we conducted a survey last month which revealed how important it is for GrownUps members to retire from the comfort of their home.