Although we hope that our website provides you with every resource you need, here are some additional sites to research reverse mortgages and reverse mortgage business practices. To have your question answered by one of our reverse mortgage specialists, visit our ask a question page.
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Making the decision to get a senior reverse mortgage is a very big one. There are many different areas of your life that it can impact. We provide all of our customers with as much information as possible in order to educate them on reverse mortgages. We go beyond the reverse mortgage counseling that is required by law to ensure that you know exactly what the terms of your loan will be and the pros and cons that are associated with it.
When you choose us as your senior reverse mortgage lender, we will provide you with a reverse mortgage specialist to talk with you about your current situation and determine whether a reverse mortgage is the best choice to help you with your finances. Many different factors will determine whether you will benefit most from a reverse mortgage or a different type of loan. The reverse mortgage specialist will look at the value of your home, if there is a lien on it, and, if so, how much and what your financial needs are.
If our site fails to provide you with all of the information that you need about reverse mortgages for seniors, there are many additional resources available to you. Follow the links on this page to learn more so that you can make an informed decision. You can also contact us to ask a reverse mortgage specialist about any of your concerns. For many seniors, a senior reverse mortgage is an opportunity to take back control of their financial future. The more you know about how these loans work, the better prepared you will be to make the best decision for your future.
Learn more reverse information by visiting the links below:
Age In Place
This is the website to the National Aging in Place Council. This council acts as a support group for seniors that provides information to help you make decisions about your future.
This is a consumer site that is sponsored by the National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association to help you and your families learn about reverse mortgage pros and cons.
AARP: Budgeting & Saving
Formerly known as the American Association of Retired Persons, AARP is a trusted source for information for those individuals 50 and older. According to their mission statement, they are "dedicated to enhancing quality of life for all as we age."
HUD: Home Equity Conversion Mortgages for Seniors
The official HUD (Department of Housing and Urban Development) website, which contains information on the federally insured reverse mortgages, is an unbiased resource which allows homeowners to read about reverse mortgage information.
Reverse Mortgage Daily
Reverse Mortgage Daily is the largest Internet source for reverse mortgage information. Updated several times daily, this is an asset to seniors who wish to stay on top of any and all new reverse mortgage news.
Better Business Bureau
The official website of the Better Business Bureau, the rating of our company can be completely verified as well as information on how to submit complaints about other companies. For other information on submitting complaints, click here.
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