Learn more about how you can purchase a home with a reverse mortgage and not have to make a monthly mortgage payment for as long as you live in the home. You are still responsible for paying property taxes, homeowners insurance, and home maintenance costs.
You may have heard a few things about the reverse mortgage that simply aren’t true. We get to the bottom of a few reverse mortgage myths.
Still trying to understand what a reverse mortgage is? We list 10 ideas for how you can gather more information and learn about the program.
Financial Assessment is another word for a financial review. It’s part of the process of getting a reverse mortgage and it helps us determine if a client is in a good position to succeed with their loan. Learn more on today’s Tune in Tuesday.
There are a few factors that influence the total amount you’ll receive through your loan. Director Tim Sprowitz discusses those factors and shares how you can determine about how much you qualify for.
Reverse mortgages are receiving more and more positive press. On today’s video, our Regional Vice President explains how new FHA guidelines have made it one of the best mortgage programs for seniors.
A reverse mortgage is similar to a traditional mortgage in many ways. However, it does also have its own unique characteristics. Learn about the similarities and differences in today’s Tune in Tuesday.
The wait is over! A new Henry Winkler commercial is here. On today’s Tune in Tuesday, we’re premiering it!
In this week’s Tune in Tuesday, Purchase Coordinator, Tim Jerome, talks about how you can purchase a home with a reverse mortgage.
All of the loans we offer are insured by the government. Here’s why that’s important.