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Thursday, December 13, 2018

Reverse mortgage rules are changing

By Alain Valles, CRMP, CSA, MBA For the past 25 years reverse mortgages have allowed hundreds of thousands of homeowners 62 years old or older...

Reverse mortgages: Do you have the answers?

If you are like many seniors you may wake up feeling financially stressed. Concern about having enough money, worry about a lingering home repair, or frustration with credit card or real estate tax payments can be a burden. Even worse is the fear of not having enough money if something should happen in the future.

Time to take a new look at reverse mortgages

By Alain Valles Since 1987, reverse mortgages, also known as Home Equity Conversion Mortgages (HECMs), have been a viable option for hundreds of thousands of...

Reverse mortgages: Where to start?

By Alain Valles, CRMP, MBA, CSA Almost a million people have obtained a reverse mortgage to help achieve their personal and financial goals, and an...

Reverse mortgages: be prepared

By Alain Valles, CRMP, MBA, CSA The Greek philosopher Heraclitus said, “Change is the only constant in life.” Time has shown this to be true. The...

Reverse mortgage: regained hope?

By Alain Valles, CRMP Everyone has heard the words “reverse mortgage.” But few people really know how one works. However, most of us know the challenge,...

Reverse mortgages – good to be skeptical

By Alain Valles, CRMP No other loan product is wrapped in as much mystery and misinformation as a Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM), more commonly...

Top uses for a reverse mortgage

By Alain Valles, CRMP, MBA, CSA You've heard the term “reverse mortgage,” but do you know how it works? A Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM)...

Social Security and reverse mortgages

By Alain Valles, CRMP, MBA, CSA Is 62 the best time to start receiving Social Security? According to the Social Security Administration, you may start receiving...

Can a reverse mortgage solve the world’s problems?

Things that keep us up at night The ramifications on the world economy of Britain leaving the European Union, increasing tensions between China and Russia, a contentious Presidential election, terrorism, the ongoing Middle East crisis, and the global warming debate. All are examples of events that we have little control over but are causing tremendous concerns.
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