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Reverse Mortgage Articles

How Does a Reverse Mortgage Work?
Many seniors who purchased homes early in life own the full equity of their homes, and a reverse mortgage allows them to tap into this home equity to pay for other expenses, such as medical bills or living expenses.  This is a huge financial help for seniors specially in...
Reverse Mortgage FAQ
The FHA’s reverse mortgage program allows equity to be drawn out of a borrower’s home upon retirement. This particular mortgage program gives many qualifying senior citizens additional retirement income. However, there are pros, cons and...
Purchase a Home With a Reverse Mortgage
Reverse mortgages have provided numerous senior homeowners with additional income by tapping into a property’s accumulated home equity to withdraw tax-free cash. However, recent changes to the FHA-insured reverse mortgage program, known as a Home Equity...
Reverse Mortgage and Foreclosure
For reverse mortgage borrowers, foreclosure can occur in several circumstances, specifically when the borrower sells the property, moves from the home, passes away, defaults on insurance fees or property taxes, or allows the property to fall into disrepair.. Before...
Reverse Mortgage Checklist
Our reverse mortgage checklist will walk seniors through the reverse mortgage process to help them better understand how they can tap into their home equity without dealing with mortgage payments. Here are the required steps:. Study the reverse mortgage terms.Before...
Can You Default on a Reverse Mortgage?
A reverse mortgage is a non-recourse loan program insured by the FHA that allows homeowners over the age of 62 to receive funds from the equity in their home.  This type of loan lets homeowners still live in the home until they either pass away or no longer live in the home as a...
Reverse Mortgage Refinance
While not always a profitable option, senior homeowners have the option of refinancing their reverse mortgages. In many cases, doing so incurs a significant expense for only a minimal payoff; however, under the right circumstances, a reverse mortgage refinance can...
Reverse Mortgage Overview
A reverse mortgage is a specialized loan type designed to provide retired seniors the ability to tap into their home equity and generate additional income without the obligation of repaying the debt. Essentially, reverse mortgage loans do just the opposite of...
Reverse Mortgage Eligibility and Guidelines
The Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) is the only reverse mortgage insured by the U.S. Government. This program allows senior homeowners to convert a portion of their home equity into cash. Equity is the current cash value of a home minus the current loan balance. This...
Can You Default on a Reverse Mortgage?
A reverse mortgage is a non-recourse loan program insured by the FHA that allows homeowners over the age of 62 to receive funds from the equity in their home.  This type of loan lets homeowners still live in the home until they either pass away or no longer live in the home as a...
Lender411 Infographic: What is a Reverse Mortgage?
This infographic illustrates a reverse mortgage for seniors and the circumstancial requirements associated. It also details the fees, methods of payment and potential amount to be received..
Press Release
ReverseMortgages411.com offers seniors a clear view of the benefits and risks of reverse mortgagesLender411, a mortgage information and rates website that helps consumers navigate the mortgage loan process, recently launched ReverseMortgages411.com, a new website...
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