Provides much needed cash for seniors whose net worth is mostly in the equity of their home.
Homeowners who are 62 or older and have considerable home equity can borrow against the value of their home and receive funds as a lump sum, fixed monthly payment or line of credit. The loan will not be due as long as the primary borrower or the non-borrowing spouse lives in the home. Homeowners keep the title to the home with the ability to refinance, pay off the loan without penalty or sell the home. Reverse mortgage proceeds are not taxable and are considered as loan advance by the IRS, therefore will not affect Social Security, Medicaid, or pension income.


Borrowing Limit and disbursement method

Types of Reverse Mortgages

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