Update on COVID-19

Finance of America Reverse LLC (“FAR”) understands you may be facing unique hardships during this difficult time. Many borrowers who are currently experiencing financial distress related to COVID-19 may be eligible for some type of assistance. Please contact us for information regarding options that may be available to you. If you are impacted by COVID-19, please call 866-654-0020 and have your loan number ready for the Customer Service representative.

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I am a Widow… It’s Hard, but I’m Finding Purpose
I am a Widow… It's not an unusual situation for a woman in her 70's to experience. I'm not the first and I won't be the last, but every time it becomes a reality, it is painful. Two short years prior to this happening, we had moved to another community...
What is Retirement, Anyway?? Can I have it My Way?
I come from what my mother called "good New England stock" but never got any siblings, so I have no sib experience to draw on for what most consider learning how to live with others - it has made me pretty independent, and very self-reliant, which is certainly standing me...
Your House Has Increased in Value, So What?
After my wife and I retired, we moved from San Francisco to beautiful Bainbridge Island in the state of Washington to be close to our two children and two grandchildren. We sold our condominium in San Francisco and came out with enough cash to be able to buy a new...
My Reverse for Purchase Story
Years ago, my wife and I looked into getting a reverse mortgage.  I was still working at the time, so we were just checking it out.  Fast forward to 2017.  We’re looking at downsizing on the one hand as, due to some family responsibilities, our finances had tightened. I’d lived...
Healthy Aging
My name is Edward. I live in McMinnville, Oregon (about 35 miles southwest of Portland).  My wife and I moved down here to downsize, and to help my stepdaughter care for her daughters, ages 8 and 6.  She runs a restaurant, so she has a few late nights each week...
Relocating in Retirement 
I never thought about retiring, until I had to. Actually, I was forced into retirement when the small, weekly newspaper I was writing for decided my services weren't needed any longer. My wife's design and printing business had been sold and based on our combined Social Security income, we realized...