Has anyone heard of lenders willing to count Jobkeeper as income, provided normal hours are worked? A broker firm recently told me some lenders may do this.They said normal weekly income would be counted for serviceability, even if jobkeeper is paid, provided the hours are not reduced. Sounds reasonable, but maybe too good to be true? My daughter is in this situation, was ready to apply for loan, deposit saved etc. then boss reduced hours for a month or so and got jobkeeper. He is about to put them back to normal hours, but is of course happy to take Jobkeeper for next 6 months.