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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Golfing
Unlike many other parts of the country, the COVID-19 pandemic wasn't that restrictive where we live in Southern Utah. We were not quarantined at any time, just reminded to social distance, wear our masks and avoid anyone who may have symptoms of the virus. We have taken those precautions and...
Inspiring Life of the Month: DeeAnn
Welcome to Inspiring Life of the Month – a new blog series from FAR that celebrates borrowers unlocking extraordinary lives in retirement. Each month, we’ll dive deep within our great community and profile the lives, careers, and unique adventures of inspiring borrowers that are living-out retirement to the fullest. This...
Old Dogs, “New Tricks”
My wife and I were perusing Netflix and Amazon Prime for something to watch when we came across “New Tricks” on Amazon. The show, which aired on BBC (and later on public broadcasting in the US) is about three retired male policemen who are older adults, and their younger boss,...
Sandwich Generation Commitments
Many of us "boomers" are finding ourselves in the "sandwich generation." It is a challenging situation where we take care of our parents while still supporting our adult children and perhaps strapped with their student loans. While our young adult children struggle to achieve financial independence, the burden may fall...
Baby boomers are looking at options for paying off mortgage debt
The number of American seniors carrying mortgage debt is growing, and that number is expected to increase as the COVID-19 crisis continues to displace workers and burden retirement accounts. The financial crisis hit millennials when they were preparing to enter the workforce as well, but boomers are especially pressured as...
Houston, we have a problem: the launch fizzled
In the comedy series “All in The Family,” Mike Stivic and his wife, Gloria, lived with her parents, Archie and Edith Bunker, for several long years while Mike attended college. The plot device of having two generations living together created the structure by which frequent conflicts emerged between the parents...
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