Tag: retirement home

life throws a curveball

The New Reverse Mortgage when life throws you a curveball

When life throws you a curveball it’s the opportunity of a lifetime to hit it out of the park! John and Linda were like most retirement couples, they wanted to see if a Reverse Mortgage fit into their retirement plans. John was 70 and Linda had just turned 68.   John had worked for the…

25 retirement solutions with The New Reverse Mortgage

Reverse Mortgage to the Rescue – 25 Ways to Use Your Home Equity “Self-sufficiency, the greatest gift you can give your family” During our working years, most of us spend our earnings supporting our home. When we retire, it seems only fitting that our home help support us. Home equity is our most valuable asset.…

retirement planning

How to Plan for the Future by Looking to the Past

Forward Planning sometimes requires looking to the past Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. – George Santayana When we retire and drop out of the 9 to 5 workforce, it’s easy to settle in and watch the world go by. But if you’re thinking that the ups and downs of…

The New Reverse Mortgage to the rescue

Love your home? But it doesn’t love you anymore?

Do you love your home, your neighborhood and your neighbors? Are you comfortable, and plan to stay put through your retirement years? Does the thought of packing up all of your belongings, hiring a moving company,moving to an unfamiliar house and neighborhood sound like more aggravation than you’re ready for? The New Reverse Mortgage for…

buying a home with the new reverse mortgage

Buying a home with The New Reverse Mortgage

Buying a home with The New Reverse Mortgage is better than paying cash Owning a home without having a mortgage payment has always been the dream of many baby boomers. It was a strategy that worked for their parent’s generation. But the world was simpler then and fixed pensions and Social Security provided income they…

Important retirement dates and milestones

Are you ready for retirement? Most Americans are not as prepared as they should be. Here are some important retirement dates and milestones to remember. Important Financial Milestones Your 59th Birthday This is the date that you can start withdrawing from an IRA or 401k without having to pay a penalty for early withdrawals. Once…