A reverse mortgage is a specialty type loan that is geared towards clients 62 years and older. It can be a great tool to aid in retirement as it eliminates the need to make a mortgage payment. This is typically the largest monthly obligation a household has. By not needing to make a
mortgage payment, cash flow is improved thereby potentially improving a client’s retirement lifestyle.
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Benefits of Reverse Mortgage
No Monthly Mortgage Payment
Potential Annuity Income Stream
Access to Equity/Cash in Your Home to Consolidate Bills
Potential Line of Credit Established for Access to Cash as Needed Down the Road
Getting Started is Simple
Meet with a Loan Officer
Click the “Get Started” button on the top right corner of this page and fill out the form. Once receive your form, a Loan Officer will review it before reaching out to gather more information about your specific situation.
You will provide us with some documentation and start your application. We will use that information to provide you with a formal pre-approval letter so you know how much home you qualify for.
Start Looking for Your Dream Home
Now you can get with your Realtor to find your dream home and put in a strong offer. We provide a variety of different programs to help your offer stand out.
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