Formally known as a Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM), a reverse mortgage loan has helped more than a million American homeowners realize a better retirement. Use the tax-free proceeds to make home repairs, pay for medical care or cover everyday expenses.
No two retirements are the same, so feel comfort knowing we have you covered. I work directly with older homeowners, their family members and Advisors to show the possibilities reverse mortgage loans open. For most, the use of home equity in retirement today is essential. Let me help structure a personalized solution that will meet your retirement needs.
Over the years, the myths around reverse mortgages have stacked up. Watch this short video to learn the facts—you’ll quickly see why so many American homeowners are using this valuable tool to improve their retirement finances.
There is no single way to use a reverse mortgage loan. Some use it to pay for medical care, some use it to pay for everyday expenses, and others use it as a safeguard against a bear market. Whatever the case, a reverse mortgage has proven to be a valuable tool that is best used alongside one’s overall retirement plan. How will you put yours to use?
*As with any mortgage, borrower must stay current with property taxes and homeowner’s insurance, the home and otherwise meet their loan obligations.
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Today, seniors need more financial help than ever in order to maintain their standard of living and secure a better retirement. With exclusive access to innovative products, the industry’s most qualified professionals, and solutions to build your practice, let me be your competitive advantage as more of the families you serve turn to home equity to help improve their retirement. Together, we can make a positive difference for the millions of Americans entering retirement each year.
When the idea of the reverse mortgage loan was first conceived in the early 1960’s, people quickly began to recognize that the concept was a brilliant answer to a common challenge. Many senior homeowners wanted access to their home equity to help fund retirement while remaining in their home—and a reverse mortgage loan could help them do just that. […]Read More
In the early 1960’s a new type of mortgage loan was designed specifically for senior homeowners who wished to access the equity in their home while aging in place. This new loan became popular because it fulfilled a need that many borrowers had. Senior homeowners wanted to stay living in their homes for the rest of their lives, and reverse mortgage loans were the perfect solution to help them do just that. […]Read More
When you first begin to learn about a reverse mortgage and its associated advantages, your initial impression may be that the loan product is “too good to be true.” After all, a key advantage to this loan, designed for homeowners age 62 and older, is that it does not require the borrower to make monthly mortgage payments. Borrowers are responsible for paying property taxes, homeowner’s insurance, and for home maintenance. […]Read More