You may qualify for a
Reverse Mortgage.

Improve your

retirement

With a

reverse mortgage

Providers of Reverse Mortgages

Reverse mortgages can provide a win-win situation for senior real estate property owners. They provide cash-poor seniors 62 and older to remain in their homes by tapping into their equity. With reverse mortgages, homeowners can receive payment from the lender, in a line of credit, lump sum, fixed monthly, or combination payment these payment options. All while not making any monthly mortgage payments. The loan is not repaid until the last remaining borrower passes away, sells the home, or permanently moves out. It's a financially responsible alternative for seniors who's provisions might otherwise call to sell, downsize or take a home equity line of credit out against their home.

We enjoy being a valuable resource in providing you with objective information for obtaining a reverse mortgage.

  • Understanding your Reverse Mortgages - graphs and comparison charts
  • Shopping for Reverse Mortgages - compare program types
  • Comparing Reverse Mortgages summarizes the costs and benefits
  • Reverse Mortgage Borrower Decisions - comparison charts of alternative financing
  • Estimates for payment options including lump sum, credit lines, or monthly-loan advances

The site also provides a number of other resources to help seniors better understand the sometimes difficult process of improving retirement through leveraging finances.

Reverse mortgages can provide a valuable income source and financing option. In order to be eligible for a reverse mortgage seniors must obtain a mandatory certificate of completion from a HUD approved third party counseling session.

TO MAKE IT SIMPLE THE BEST WAY TO IMPROVE YOUR RETIREMENT IS TO
UTILIZE A REVERSE MORTGAGE. THE REASONS ARE SIMPLE AND ARE AS FOLLOWS.

  • Stop Paying Your Monthly Mortgage Payment
  • No Medical Requirements
  • No Income Requirements
  • No Credit Requirements to Qualify
  • Stop Worrying About Mortgage Payment and Increase your Cash Flow
  • Title Remains in Your Name as Long as You Live in the Home
  • The Lender Pays the Homeowner TAX Free Payments "REVERSE MORTGAGE"
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