Category: New Reverse Mortgage

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How LESA helped Elizabeth stay in her home

LESA helps senior homeowner stay in her home Retirement finance has no cruise control. No one can tell you how much your household will need to spend or be able to spend for more than a few future years. The only realistic solution is to plan for the long term but adjust often. When Elizabeth…

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The cost of staying healthy in retirement

Without question, it costs a lot of money to stay healthy in America. When Dave and Linda retired they planned on twenty plus years of golf, travel and spending time with their kids and grand kids. They had (they thought) sufficient savings to carry themselves over those unforeseen expenses that are just part of everyday…

Conventional wisdom of reverse mortgages

Conventional wisdom is not always wise

When it comes to The New Reverse Mortgage is conventional wisdom always wise? Historically, home equity has been the “sacred cow” of retirement planning, only to be used as a last resort and not at all if possible. This ‘conventional wisdom” has created a generation of retirees who are “house rich but cash poor” and…

The New Reverse Mortgage working as advertised

HUD Says New Reverse Mortgage Updates Are Good For Everyone When was the last time you heard about a government loan program that worked as advertised? The FHA Home Equity Conversion Mortgage has come under a great deal of criticism since its inception in 1989. Some of the criticism was justified, some not so much.…

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Choosing the right reverse mortgage lender

How do I choose the right New Reverse Mortgage Lender? The New Reverse Mortgage is more than just a loan program it’s a retirement lifeline. So finding the right professional to answer your questions is the first step in deciding if a reverse mortgage is right for you. Because 99% of reverse mortgages are HUD…

Exposing the Reverse Mortgage Foreclosure Myth

Reverse Mortgage foreclosure – “fake news” A recent article in the Washington post headlined: More Seniors taking loans against their homes – and it’s costing them. It details the story of a 92 year old woman in Washington D.C. who took out a reverse mortgage and is now facing foreclosure. The foreclosure proceeding are actually…