Line of Credit
Lump Sum Payment
Monthly Cash Flow Payments
Combination of All Previous Options
What is a “Reverse” Mortgage Loan, or HECM?
Reverse Mortgage Loan Basics
The Three Buckets versus the “Holy Grail” of Home Equity
No Monthly Mortgage Obligations
As part of the loan, the borrower is required to continue paying property taxes and insurance, maintain the home, and use the home as their primary residence.
Payment Settled on Your Terms
As long as all loan terms are met, the loan becomes repayable when the last borrower leaves the home. That means you or your heirs can pay off the loan or sell the home.
Reverse Mortgages Are Popular
More than a million U.S. households are using a HECM reverse mortgage insured through the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) to help manage their living expenses.
What Can You Do with the Reverse Mortgage Loan Payout?
Buy a Nicer Home
Make Strategic Investments*
Get More Pleasure from Retirement
Increase Cash Flow
Extend Your Retirement Savings*
Pay Off Your Existing Mortgage
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