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A home isn’t just a primary asset for many seniors. It’s a place they love and want to stay. More than 60% of retirees live in the same home they lived in when they retired, for a few reasons:
Studies show that retirees want to retain their independence as long as possible. A survey conducted by Merrill Lynch found that most retirees want to age in place.
Retirees who own their own home can maximize that asset with a reverse mortgage. Homeowners and homebuyers age 62 and older can use tax-free* reverse mortgage proceeds to better enjoy the years spent in their home.
Receive these funds as a line of credit, as a steady income stream, or as a lump sum—the choice is yours.
If you plan to downsize your home or move closer to family, a HECM reverse mortgage can help finance that new home without an extra mortgage payment.†
* Not tax advice. Consult a tax professional.
† Payment of taxes, insurance, and property charges required
“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.”
Gary & Jan, Denver, CO
“Everything worked as promised and we are delighted.”
Bill and Melody, Nashville, IN
“Cliff and I are so grateful for you, as you are responsible for helping us to get out of the rut we had been in for some time. You went above and beyond with us to help us secure this opportunity to improve our quality of life in our senior years. It’s clear that you love what you do and truly care about your clients’ peace of mind and happiness. It’s been a pleasure working with you, we are forever grateful!
P.S. Planning a little vacation to celebrate our new and improved quality of life!”
Joanne and Cliff, Victorville, CA