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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Looking to Retire and Crushed by Student Loan Debt
Student loan debt is crushing one segment of the population, but it might not be the one you expect. Those over 60 years old owe $86 billion in student loan debt at last count. That means those looking to retire face another significant challenge. How Retirees Amassed Student Loan Debt...
Get Tips to Inspire Your Active Retirement
The definition of retirement today is much different than the slow-paced retirement from twenty years ago. Even if your life revolved around your career it’s never too late to start living your best life. The transition from going to work every day to the open schedule of retirement can be...
Create a Realistic Retirement Plan with FAR’s HomeSafe Financial Tools
Are you concerned about running out of money in retirement? You’re not alone. According to the 2017 Retirement Confidence Survey, 21% of retirees said they had less than $1,000 saved for retirement, and 38% said they had less than $50,000 saved. Also, most businesses no longer offer pensions, so retirees...
How a HECM Can Help Retirement Shortfalls and Protect Investments
Reaching a financially secure retirement in today’s economy can be challenging. Many people imagined they could rely on their 401(K) savings and their investment portfolio to finance retirement long enough to delay claiming Social Security and maximize benefits. Unfortunately, this financial plan is not panning out for many retirees. Funding...
How a HECM May Help Retirement Shortfalls
Reaching a financially secure retirement in today’s economy can be challenging. Many couples imagined they could rely on their 401(K) savings and along with a spouse’s retirement portfolio, they hoped to be able to delay claiming Social Security until they can could maximize benefits. According to the Motley Fool’s columnist...
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