Learn More About Reverse Mortgages
Some of the most common retirement planning techniques are savings, 401(k)s, IRAs, 403(b) accounts, and other investment types. But did you know that you can use your home’s equity to help fund your retirement needs? Learn all about what a HECM Reverse Mortgage Loan is and how you can use it as part of your retirement income.
Reverse Mortgages are a unique type of Mortgage product, and while a registered mortgage originator can help you get a reverse mortgage, a Certified Reverse Mortgage Professional must have a specific set of qualifications. Learn more about CRMPs and how we can help you get a Reverse Mortgage today.
While some loan officers can technically help you get a Reverse Mortgage, Certified Reverse Mortgage Professionals go through special training in order to receive the highest designation possible within the industry. Learn about the value that comes with working with a Certified Professional here.
Reverse Mortgage Loans, or Home Equity Conversion Mortgages (HECMs), allow homeowners 62 years of age and older to convert some of their home’s equity into tax-free money. Learn more about Reverse Mortgages and ways to qualify here.
The National Council on Aging wants to help you stay at home longer! This guide details the benefits of staying home longer through retirement and how a Reverse Mortgage may help you do just that!