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70 year old from Houston, TX
The answer to your first question is yes. You can terminate your existing reverse mortgage by selling the home and using the proceeds of the sale to pay the reverse mortgage off. Assuming your second property is another residential property and that it is qualified for a reverse mortgage (not a Co-op, non-certified Condo, or mixed-use commercial), you could then declare it your primary residence and get a reverse mortgage to pay off your outstanding conventional loan. In order to do so however, you would have to make sure that the conventional mortgage was small enough to be paid off by the reverse. You can find that out here: https://www.newretirement.com/Services/Reverse_Mortgage_Calculator.aspx.
As to the second question, most companies will require that you live in the second home at least six months before they will agree to a reverse mortgage program. Some however will only require that you own it for six months, meaning you will be able to commence immediately. You can find a number of lenders in your area at the following inquiry form: https://www.newretirement.com/Services/Reverse_Mortgage_Advice.aspx?
As long as you intend on living in the second home, and you already own it, I dont see a seasoning issue (time frame in which you must live in it). You are able to sell your existing home with the RM on it, use it to pay off the mortgage balance,and immediately refi the new home with a RM. Please let me know if you have any further questions, Im happy to provide no obligation answers. Tam :)
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