Find out what the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) have to do with the Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM).
Planning your finances for the future can be a stressful process. We give some words of advice when it comes to financial advisors, financial products, and paperwork.
We explore how the market affects the reverse mortgage and what happens if the value of your home falls.
Reverse mortgage counseling is a requirement for anyone who is applying to get a reverse mortgage. We explore what it is and why it is important.
Once you’ve learned more about reverse mortgages and gone through the initial steps of the program, your home will be ready for an appraisal.
Reverse mortgage terms can be confusing – especially when they are shortened into acronyms. We explain what FHA HECM means and list a few other acronyms you should know.
All of the loans we offer are insured by the government. Here’s why that’s important.
Hud and the FHA play a big role in creating reverse mortgage guidelines and helping each borrower succeed with their loan. We take a look at each government agency.
The Housing Trust Fund is making great strides towards providing housing stability for all Americans. Learn more in the One Reverse Mortgage blog.
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