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Are Reverse Mortgage Loans Safe?

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This question comes up quite often, and of course, it is a huge concern for people who are considering a reverse mortgage loan. Fortunately, HUD has included a few safeguards intended to protect you and other consumers who take out a reverse mortgage loan. Safeguard #1:  HUD Counseling Session HUD requires all perspective reverse mortgage borrowers to have […]

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Who Can Get a Reverse Mortgage Loan?

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If you are over the age of 62, you might be able to get a reverse mortgage loan.  To be eligible though, you must:Be a homeowner (to be clear, this does not mean that the home has to be paid off). Eligible properties include single family residences, 2 to 4 unit properties, condominiums, town homes […]

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Will a Reverse Mortgage Affect my Social Security?

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Social Security and Medicare benefits are not generally affected by a reverse mortgage loan. However, a reverse mortgage loan may affect other programs, such as SSI and Medicaid. These programs are provided to people who have “limited” income and resources.  Therefore, if you receive a large sum of cash from a reverse mortgage which is not […]

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Can a Reverse Mortgage Loan Be Used to Purchase a Home?

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Absolutely.  A reverse mortgage loan (both FHA insured and proprietary) can be used to purchase a new home. So how does this work?  Well, when you purchase a home with a reverse mortgage loan, you, the borrower, will contribute a percentage of the purchase price of the home.  The remaining funds you need for the purchase […]

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Can a Reverse Mortgage Loan be Reversed?

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There are ways to “reverse”* your reverse mortgage loan.  The circumstances under which you want to do this may vary, and so will the steps you have to take.  Let’s take a look at a few different situations and how to handle each.Reversing a Reverse Mortgage Loan That Has Not Closed Yet:If you have applied […]

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Can a Reverse Mortgage Be Paid Off Early?

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Yes!  A reverse mortgage loan can be paid off at any time.  In fact, most reverse mortgage loans have NO pre-payment penalties.  So, if you happen to win the lottery after you get a reverse mortgage loan, feel free to pay it off!  Or not…it’s up to you. Thanks for reading…..don’t forget to sign up for […]

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Reverse Mortgage Loans: What Happens to the Home After Death?

Once all borrowers on the reverse mortgage loan have passed away (or moved out of the home), the reverse mortgage loan will become due.  If you are an heir to a deceased reverse mortgage loan borrower, what are your options? Let me preface this by saying that the lender/bank does not automatically get the home.  They […]

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Can I Use a Reverse Mortgage Loan to Payoff My House?

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One of the big myths surrounding a reverse mortgage loan is that the home has to be owned free and clear in order to get a reverse mortgage loan. This is not the case. You do, however, need to have equity to make it work. Let’s look at an example of how the reverse mortgage loan […]

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If I Get a Reverse Mortgage Loan, Does That Mean I Cannot Sell the Home?

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Many times people fear that they will lose control of their home if they take out a reverse mortgage loan. If you take out a reverse mortgage loan, the lender/bank does not own your home, nor do they have control over it. In fact, the title to the home is still in your name. The […]

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Does a Reverse Mortgage Loan Show Up on My Credit Report?

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Since there is no monthly payment required for the reverse mortgage loan (other than property taxes, homeowner’s insurance and other property charges), the loan does not appear on your credit report and it is not reported by the credit bureaus. If you have any questions about this, be sure to call!  855-469-7383, Ext. 802. Be sure to […]

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