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Reverse Mortgage or HELOC – Which is Best? If you’ve decided to tap into your home equity during retirement, there are a few different ways to go about doing this. Most likely, your options will come down to a Reverse Mortgage or a home equity line of credit, or “HELOC”. Reverse Mortgage vs. HELOC A…
February 20, 2014
Over time, many people have developed misconceptions about reverse mortgages based on inaccurate media coverage. The truth is reverse mortgages have never been safer and they’re a viable retirement option when they are understood. Here are several common misconceptions about reverse mortgages as well as the truths behind them. Misconception: The bank (or government) owns your…
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development will be instituting major changes to the Reverse Mortgage program. Changes taking effect this month, effective September 30, 2013 include: Limits to the amount of money that you can access in the first year of the loan A new mortgage insurance fee structure which may mean higher…
The Reverse Mortgage Stabilization Act was signed into law on August 9th. As we’ve reported earlier, this new law gives the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) the authority to strengthen the HECM Reverse Mortgage program by making significant, but not overly drastic adjustments. We expect HUD to announce these changes before the end…
The devastation in Oklahoma from the massive tornados is overwhelming. It is a human tragedy with entire neighborhoods flattened. Catastrophes like this serve as an important reminder to make sure you have the proper preparations in place should a natural disaster strike your home. Evacuations plans, emergency supplies and communication protocols are important. Equally important…
“When it comes to caring for your aging parents, do you ever feel like your siblings are putting too much of the responsibility on your shoulders? Whether it’s day-to-day care tasks or paying the bills, if the division of labor is making you angry, it’s time to take action. Find out what the experts advise.”…
Your decision to get a Reverse Mortgage should probably involve an analysis of your long term care plans. Research indicates that at least 70 percent of people over 65 will need long term care services at some point in their lives. Many people secure a Reverse Mortgage in order to fund long term care services…
While we at NewRetirement are mostly focused on the financial aspects of growing older, a successful retirement generally means overall fulfillment and dating is an increasingly popular activity among older Americans. With extra leisure time, it is no wonder that seniors – many of whom have lost or divorced spouses – are looking to spend…
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