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‘We’re not a vulture fund – we want our customers to stay in their homes’

Home Plus CEO Ian Higgins is on a mission to change the bad image of ‘home reversions’

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Home Plus CEO Ian Higgins says it’s the life loans that result in clients’ children ending up on Joe Duffy, not home reversions. Photo: Chris Bellew/ Fennell Photography

Home Plus CEO Ian Higgins says it’s the life loans that result in clients’ children ending up on Joe Duffy, not home reversions. Photo: Chris Bellew/ Fennell Photography

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Home Plus CEO Ian Higgins says it’s the life loans that result in clients’ children ending up on Joe Duffy, not home reversions. Photo: Chris Bellew/ Fennell Photography

Home reversions – where you sell a share in your home for a lump sum – are back.

Actually, they never went away. Residential Reversions, in business since 2001 and now trading as Home Plus, has spent the last three years working on a product that CEO Ian Higgins believes will provide a “social good” for an overlooked demographic.


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