Hi everyone. Apologies if this is in the wrong section, wasn't sure where else to put it. I'm in an unusual situation where I own my PPOR outright (valued at upwards of $1.2m) and as such have a lot of equity which I would like to unlock and put into rental investments. However, due to current circumstances, I have almost no income to speak of so obviously can't access any of it. My partner has a steady income and serviceability, but she is very risk averse and not interested. Approaching friends or family to act as guarantor (or get on board otherwise) isn't happening either. The only options that I can see are: Move out and rent my place out. However, my partner doesn't want to move. Also after expenses (renting new place etc) I doubt it will provide enough income to be able to draw that much equity anyway. Sell the property and use the leftover funds to invest. This would be a bad idea for a number of reasons. I'm wondering if there is such thing as a "guarantor investor" service out there, or something similar. So where the investor would guarantee serviceability (obviously the goal is for the rentals to pay for themselves though) and bridge any payment gaps for now, in order to later receive a worthwhile dividend for their efforts. Has anyone heard of anything like this or have any other ideas on what I can do otherwise?