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Welcome to the beginning of an exciting new chapter in your life. It’s time to focus on what matters most to you—and leverage the power of your home to make your ideal retirement a reality.
The answers to all your
reverse mortgage questions...
Can I buy a home with a reverse mortgage?
Yes! With a Home Equity Conversion Mortgage for purchase you can buy a new home and move in without having to make monthly mortgage payments. All you need to pay is property taxes and HOA fees.
How long can I stay in my home if I do a reverse mortgage?
When you take out a reverse mortgage on your house, you get to stay in your home until you die. You no longer need to make monthly mortgage payments, and can start recieving funds from the equity in your homes, all while living in your home for the remainder of your days.
Does my spouse get to stay in our home if I pass before them?
Yes! Even if you pass, your spouse gets to live in the home for the remainder of their days with no monthly mortgage payments.
Can my children still inherit my home if it's on a reverse mortgage?
Yes! After you pass, your heirs can still inherit your home even if it's on a reverse mortgage. They have multiple options to keep the home including refinancing solutions.
Can I use a reverse mortgage to supplement my retirement income?
Yes! When you reverse mortgage your home you can begin receiving payements from your home equity to help supplement your retirement funds and pay for future life costs.
Can a reverse mortgage help me pay for unexpected medical costs in retirement?
Yes! One of the greatest benefits of a reverse mortgage is that you can start pulling from your home equity, either in a lump sum, monthly payments, or monthly line of credit, to help you pay for things like medical bills, in-home care, and other unexpected costs that may arise in retirement. PLUS, you get the added benefit of eliminating your monthly mortgage payments to help free up more funds for you in retirement.