Help Them Retire Better

help_them_retire_betterYour loved ones saved consistently for retirement, but as they continue to thrive in their 70s and 80s, you worry whether they saved enough. One recent survey said that more than half of the world’s population have not prepared adequately for retirement. They expect retirement to last at least 18 years, but expect savings to run out after 10.

To ensure your loved ones have savings to last through every year of retirement, talk with them about a reverse mortgage. By tapping into a portion of their home equity, your loved ones can receive increased, steady income to enhance their existing retirement funds.

A FAR licensed Reverse Mortgage Specialist can help you and your loved ones through the entire process. They will answer all questions and guide your loved ones through the entire loan path.

Your loved ones get to stay in their home, and they make no loan payments for as long as they stay in their home†.

† Payment of taxes, insurance, and property charges required

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  • “I did my reverse mortgage in 2013 and it was one of the best decisions I’ve taken since I retired. Now I have additional income every month and the peace of mind that I won’t outlive my retirement income. (My FAR loan officer) was incredibly helpful and made the entire process extremely clear and simple.” 

  • My Reverse Mortgage Specialist “walked me thru every step of the process—making sure I understood all transactions. He answered any question and concerns—explaining it as many times as it was necessary. He always returned calls…he cared and was concerned about you, not just the loan. All his efforts and actions gave me confidence in him and the company he represented.”

  • “Jan and I want to personally thank you for your expertise in assisting us (to) get our reverse mortgage. It has been a very interesting process from the get-go, we have learned a lot. It truly has been a pleasure to work with you, you are a real credit to your profession. Thank you so much.”