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...
Share How You’ve Rediscovered Your Home This Year and Win $250!
We've spent a lot of time in our homes over the last ten or eleven months.  And, over the course of the last many months, we’ve read a lot of stories about the negative impacts for those shuttered inside their homes.  So, we thought about creating an idea that could...
Plaayy Balll! There will be a baseball season in 2020, sort of
In a recent blog post, I wrote about the return of team sports-when, how, where, etc. At the time, baseball’s return was uncertain - the players and owners were unable to reach an agreement on the amount of prorated salaries, the length of the season, and other issues. They never...
Meandering and serendipity
During the coronavirus lockdown, my wife and I have had time to reminisce about our past vacations. We have traveled to places of stunning beauty and have collected enduring memories.   We learned early on to let go of expectations. After some necessary planning for our trips, we let serendipity...
How a reverse mortgage can help in a divorce situation
Sheltering in place with another person for months-on-end can be extremely difficult. As couples self-isolate due to coronavirus, lawyers expect a rise in divorces. The increased divorce rate applies to newly married couples and seniors alike. Marriage splits between Americans age 50 and older have been on the rise in...
Be on the lookout for your EIP card
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) sent out nearly 4 million Economic Impact Payment (EIP) prepaid debit cards on May 27. The EIP card contains the money you are receiving as a result of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act). The cards are sponsored by the Treasury...
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