If you are working with us to get a reverse mortgage – or have worked with us in the past – you know that we make sure you are happy with our service and feel comfortable with whatever decision you make. That’s because we believe in every client, every time. We want to provide the best client experience, and that doesn’t end once you close your loan. Here are some ways to stay connected to ORM while you’re enjoying your retirement with a reverse mortgage.
Keep in Touch
Check in with us every once in a while. We love to hear how our clients are doing, how they are using their reverse mortgage, and how much they are enjoying their loan. If you have any questions after you close your loan, they’ll be happy to answer them to the best of their ability.
If you loved your experience working One Reverse Mortgage and know someone who may be interested in a reverse mortgage have them give us a call. The best compliment we receive is when our clients refer us to other people.
Enjoy the One Reverse Mortgage Newsletter
Every month, we send a newsletter to our closed clients that provides information on retirement, finance, and reverse mortgages post-close.
Follow ORM on Social Media
You can find us on Pinterest, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. We publish our new blog posts, Tune in Tuesdays, and reverse mortgage news. You’ll also find historical facts and engaging questions posted each week.
Read the Retiring Wise Blog
Throughout each week, we offer reverse mortgage information, finance tips, retirement planning strategies, and answers to your questions relating to the topics above.
Leave a Review
We love when our clients share their positive experiences with others. Contact One Reverse Mortgage to see how you can leave us a review.
Refinance Your Reverse Mortgage
Did you know that you can refinance into a new reverse mortgage? It is possible. If you’ve had your loan for some time, you may want to look into the advantages of refinancing. If your home price has gone up, you may be eligible for more money. You may also qualify for a lower interest rate than the one you have now.