Whether it’s surging living costs, healthcare expenses or insurance premiums, many adult children are anxious about their parents’ economic stability. By diversifying home equity, senior homeowners may be better equipped to manage risks, like spending surprises and inflation, throughout retirement.
Hear our customers talk about their journeys with reverse mortgage loans. Although each has unique circumstances, they all shared something in common —
their reverse mortgage loan made an already sound retirement strategy even better.
Let’s start off 2024 with some good news. The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) increased the maximum claim amount on the Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM). Read on to find out what that could mean for you or your clients.
While the Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) loan accounts for the vast majority of reverse mortgages in the U.S., it’s not the only type of reverse mortgage available. A jumbo reverse mortgage is an alternative option that may better serve a borrower who owns a high-value property. Read on to learn more!
Breaking News! Fairway Mortgage Ranked #1 in the U.S. for Borrower Satisfaction Among Mortgage Origination Companies by J.D. Power. Read on to learn more!
If you’re an attorney working in estate planning, Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) loans, also called reverse mortgage loans, can be a particularly helpful option in your toolkit. Read on to see why!
For seniors with significant debt in retirement, especially if traditional home mortgage payments are a major factor, a HECM can be a powerful avenue to consolidate debt. Read on to learn more!
It’s common for homeowners to want to refinance their mortgage to a lower interest rate, but what about then the interest rates are as high as they are today? There can be times when refinancing to a higher rate can be a wise move, so it pays to learn about your options.
Susan and Jim used their reverse mortgage loan to have more financial freedom, fun and family time in retirement.
Rebecca’s reverse mortgage loan provided much more than financial freedom, it covered unexpected medical expenses and provided funds for a variety of projects.