Reverse Mortgage Information - From A to Z

Visual Decision Tree: Is a Reverse Mortgage Right For Me?

Posted - December 21, 2015

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When considering a reverse mortgage home equity loan, there are many questions to ask yourself in order to determine if you can benefit from all of the features it offers. We’ve created a visual flowchart in an effort to help guide you through this process. For an instant estimate of the total proceeds, you may receive from a reverse mortgage loan, click here.

 
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Dallas Morning News Answers the Question “Do Reverse Mortgages Help Out?”

Posted - December 7, 2015

A reverse mortgage line of credit may be the solution to boosting your spendable income in retirement by 25 to 50 percent for the rest of your life as long as you comply with the loan terms, according to an article in the Dallas Morning News.
Reverse mortgage loans allow you to borrow against the equity in your home, providing a potentially powerful impact when planning for retirement.

Reverse mortgage loans are becoming a popular option for senior homeowners across the nation over the age

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What Is A Reverse Mortgage Loan? Infographic

Posted - November 16, 2015

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For senior homeowners across the U.S., retirement is a time to finally celebrate freedom from work obligations. However retirement could also mean living on a fixed income causing some financial stress. Fortunately, a powerful tool exists that may allow retirees to enjoy financial freedom. This tool is called a reverse mortgage.

Learn all about what a reverse mortgage is and more with this

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Forbes.com: “Reverse Mortgages Can Be a Retiree’s Saving Grace”

Posted - November 16, 2015

It is no surprise that Social Security is the largest retirement income asset of the average American senior. As baby boomers enter retirement age, it is expected to supply more than 50% of income for about two-thirds of Americans in retirement. With such dependency on this single source of income, many Americans may be ill-equipped to handle future changes to these benefits.

While one remaining typical source of wealth includes the usual personal retirement savings, another possible

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What is the National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association (NRMLA)?

Posted - November 3, 2015

As a senior homeowner considering a home equity loan, you know that having a lender that you can trust is important.  To find a trustworthy company within any industry, you should expect an alliance of experts that ensures the ethics and professionalism of that trade.  Fortunately, the reverse mortgage industry is no different.  To uphold this expectation of the rightfully cautious consumer is the well-respected establishment called the National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association, also

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Reverse Mortgage Pitfalls: The Truth About 3 Common Misconceptions

Posted - October 20, 2015

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For the last half century, reverse mortgages have offered senior homeowners across the nation the benefit of financial security in retirement.  As a type of home loan designed for those age 62 years and older, this powerful tool can help individuals access a portion of their home equity and convert it into cash to supplement a fixed income.

Reverse mortgages are attractive because of the unique features they offer, such as the elimination of monthly mortgage payments, relief from one of the

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What are the Reverse Mortgage Loan Pros and Cons?

Posted - October 19, 2015

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While the recent recession has not spared any age group, it has been particularly difficult for older Americans who may have been counting on their fixed income to last through their retirement years. To supplement cash flow during retirement, a growing number of senior homeowners are turning to an increasingly popular financial tool called a reverse mortgage.  Over one million borrowers have used this home equity loan created specifically for seniors’ unique needs.  And while reverse

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Types of Reverse Mortgages

Posted - September 29, 2015

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It is a common misconception that reverse mortgages are best used only as a last resort. Though some other financial products are designed for a single purpose, the truth is that reverse mortgages are not a “one size fits all” loan. Over the years these loans have evolved to provide a variety of options to accommodate a number of borrowers’, age 62 and older, specific wants and needs.  Whether you are a senior homeowner interested in a loan that is government-insured, or one who prefers a loan

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Reversing a Reverse Mortgage: Can I Exit the Loan?

Posted - July 27, 2015

For many senior homeowners interested in accessing their home equity, the reverse mortgage loan is a choice that is often made with confidence.  After all, this financial product gives them the chance to convert a portion of their home equity into cash to supplement their retirement income. For a decision as important as a home equity loan, borrowers take the time to do their research about the product, speak with their reverse mortgage professional about their concerns, and review their

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