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Journal of housing economics v.38, 2017년, pp.25 - 37   SSCI
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Who wants to have their home and eat it too? Interest in reverse mortgages in the Netherlands

Dillingh, Rik (Department of Economics, Tilburg University, PO Box 90153, 5000 LE Tilburg, The Netherlands ); Prast, Henriette (Tilburg University, CentER, Netspar ); Rossi, Mariacristina (School of Management and Economics, CeRP-CCA and Netspar ); Urzì (International Longevity Centre-UK, CeRP-CCA ); Brancati, Cesira ( );
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    Abstract We carry out an empirical analysis to assess the level of interest in reverse mortgages in the Netherlands. Our results indicate that among Dutch homeowners there is substantial potential interest in reverse mortgages, especially for the purpose of being able to live more comfortably and not worry about money until death, or to make a significant expenditure on home improvements or traveling. Of the respondents who are interested in taking out a reverse mortgage loan, most indicate they prefer a line of credit (42%), while fewer prefer an annuity (15%) or a lump sum (10%). Our regression results, based on rich survey data, indicate that interest is higher among the self-employed and those who expect pension cuts, have wishes for big expenditures, have a high housing wealth relative to their income or already have more than one mortgage. Women and those with (grand)children, a lower socioeconomic status, sufficient savings and/or a deteriorating health are less interested. We find that giving examples of using a reverse mortgage for the benefit of the homeowners’ (grand)children significantly raises interest in reverse mortgages among people who wish to leave a bequest. We interpret this as evidence that people are unaware of the potential of reverse mortgages to optimize the timing of wealth transfers. Highlights Empirical analysis of interest in reverse mortgages among Dutch homeowners. Considerable interest in reverse mortgage loans to increase consumption options. A line of credit (42%) is more preferred than an annuity (15%) or a lump sum (10%). Interest higher among self-employed and substantially lower among (grand)parents. Gifting examples significantly raise interest among those with bequest wish.


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    Reverse mortgage .   Financial product .   Bequest .   Retirement planning .   Life cycle.  

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