Find a Local Reverse Mortgage Specialist
Imagine retirement with no more mortgage payments. Turn that imagination into reality with a reverse mortgage.
There is only one U.S. Government regulated and FHA-insured reverse mortgage. It’s called the Home Equity Conversion Mortgage [HECM]. Most of us just know it as a reverse mortgage.
We offer seniors the ability to locate Reverse Mortgage Lenders close to home. We can help you locate banks, brokers and lenders that originate FHA-insured HECM and Jumbo reverse mortgages. As you’re searching for a HUD-insured HECM reverse mortgage, we are recommend only using a lender that’s authorized to process reverse mortgages in all states.
Our nationwide presence and team approach allows us to save you time and money. Why pay more elsewhere?
Whether you’re looking for an FHA-insured reverse mortgage or a non-conforming Jumbo reverse mortgage, licensed Reverse Mortgage Lenders can help you from start to finish and get funds into your hands in as little as 30-45 days.
Our approach offers you the ability to compare several reverse mortgage programs side by side. You can see the differences in cost and available cash at a glance. This enables you to pick the reverse mortgage program that works best for you.
You can have a customized analysis in your hands in the time it takes to speak to a trained specialist.
Making the reverse mortgage process EASY for YOU!
“It was such a relief to work with my reverse specialist. The entire process was completed within 30 days.”
– Barbara W.
Barbara’s new reverse mortgage was funded in less than 30 days. She no longer has a monthly mortgage payment and she can stay in her home as long as she wants.
You may be eligible for a reverse mortgage if you are sixty two (62) years old, own your own home outright or have only a few mortgage payments remaining.
Reverse Mortgage FAQ’s
Q. How do I know if I can trust the lender with my personal information?
a. All lenders must go through a vigorous process in order to obtain their license. The process consists of background checks, fingerprinting, specific moral character testing and years of education.
Q. How much does a reverse mortgage cost?
a. Normally lenders will only charge a one-time loan origination fee which is the same fee you would pay when obtaining any other type of home loan.
Why do the available proceeds seem to vary depending on the Lender?
We find that Lenders often set different margins and rates for the products they offer. For an example of how much cash you are eligible for; use this free reverse mortgage calculator.