Reverse Mortgage, The New Retirement Plan


Reverse Mortgage, The New Retirement Plan

Reverse Mortgage Loan, still unknown to many, is a brilliant retirement method  helping senior citizens across the country by eliminating their monthly mortgage payments and putting cash in their bank account.

Reverse Mortgages have been gaining a lot of attention. Reverse Mortgages eliminating your monthly mortgage payments, gives you additional retirement cash, and you are able to live in your home during your lifetime.

Seniors across the country are in financial stress with high mortgage payments and other expenses. Many are unable to work, while they are in need of extra retirement income. A Reverse Mortgage loan is often a great solution to eliminate your monthly mortgage payments while increasing their income.

What is a Reverse Mortgage and How Does it Work?

A reverse mortgage is essentially a loan. You are borrowing against your home equity. You can get a lump sum amount, line of credit or get monthly checks. However, unlike traditional mortgages, with a reverse mortgage you do not have to pay back the money you have borrowed as long as you are living in the home.

Reverse Mortgages are ideal for you if:

  • You’d like to eliminate your monthly mortgage payment, or if you struggle with bills every month.
  • You plan to stay in your home for the rest of your life.
  • You could use the extra money that it provides you (tax free).
  • You are 62 years or older and have 50% or more equity in your home.

There are many things to consider when exploring this retirement method. Here are a few:

  • Interest:Since a reverse mortgage is a loan, it does accumulate interest. But there are no monthly payments due on a reverse mortgage. So the amount you will eventually have to pay back does grow larger over time, but the loan isn’t due until you decide to sell your home or when both you and your spouse have died. (To avoid foreclosure, borrowers must keep property taxes & insurance paid up and keep the property in good repair.) The loan repayment amount will never exceed the value of your home.
  • Estate Value:Your estate value may lower over time. Something to take into consideration if you plan to leave your assets to children.
  • Not Enough Cash Can Be Tapped:If you have a lot of home equity, you might be frustrated that a Reverse Mortgage only enables you to use some of it. The HECM loan rules will evaluate your equity using a maximum home value of $625,500, even if your home is worth more. However, your actual loan amount is determined by a calculation that uses the appraised value of your home, the amount of money you owe on the home, your age and current interest rates.

Find out if a Reverse Mortgage is right for you. 

The best way to find out if a Reverse Mortgage is right for you is by contacting us.  Our honest and professional Loan Officers will help you determine if a Reverse Mortgage is right for you at no charge or obligation.

Pacific Mortgage Consultants
Harry Ahlstrom
Loan Agent

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