Most people who hear about Reverse Mortgages have one or two idea who should be the target
for this “scary” mortgage.  You should either be broke and don’t care how you get money, as long as it is legal, or you have a need to do something that looks good, even if you probably won’t have enough money to repay the house when it comes do.  Not even close!
   If you are an owner of a property that is your primary residence and are 62 or over you can apply for a reverse mortgage.  You will end up, if you qualify, with a new mortgage on your property and
most likely a little or a large amount of cash.  You do not make any payments on your house or the money you receive until the last owner of the loan leaves it permanently.  Again no payments are made while you are living there, but interest is accruing on your new mortgage.
   When you leave you can will the property to your heirs, sell the property and keep the excess profits over the loan or if the loan is more than the equity in the house you can send the lender the keys and walk away. THERE ISN’T A DEFICIENCY JUDGEMENT ON THIS LOAN!  That is right.
The lender (U.S. Gov’t) is actually taking the risk, not the borrower.
    I have a perspective client that wants the loan because he wants to retire.  He works part time
to earn enough to keeps his payments on his house and his bills.  The Reverse is just what the doctor ordered.  If you have a current mortgage you can stop paying the monthly payments and only pay the property tax and the insurance policy.  Those are a fraction to this client versus his total bills.
     The final thoughts are simple: if the house doesn’t increase in value you are not getting hurt.
If it does increase in value you get the increase. Your covered either way!
      It is time to join those who realize how good this option really is!!

Reverse Mortgages Don’t Lose Money: Smart Owners Make Money!

     Let me start with the easy part.  You will not lose money.  To begin the Reverse Mortgage
you trade your current mortgage to the lender who gives you a new mortgage for the amount of
money to pay off your current mortgage and receive in most cases a stipend based on the
equity in the property and your age.  The new mortgage doesn’t have a Deficiency Clause which means that whenever you leave your property, you or your heirs can sell the property for a profit, if there is one or if you owe more than it is worth you send the keys back to the lender and you are through with that transaction.  No loss!!  Before somebody writes me and tells me that the house burned down; as long as you have the proper insurance, your fine. Still no loss.
     Now let’s look at the money making side.  I will enumerate the ways you can make money.
         1.  You get all the appreciation on the house from the day the transaction closes until it
               it is sold.  You make no payments yet the house appreciates 9 out of 10 times and
               it belongs to you when it is sold.
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          2.   You can make your old payment as long as you want to yourself.  When you are through
                with the house you will have your money in your bank and you get the appreciation as
                well.
          3,   The lender is charging you for interest on the payments that they are adding to your loan.
                In #2  I said you can make your old payment to yourself, but that old payment is both
                principal and interest.  Just pay yourself the interest that the lender is charging.  The
                lender is not requiring you to pay the principal.  Less payment means more profit.
          4.   If the real estate market takes off and looks like it may slow down or even reverse
                the growth, you can sell the house and pocket the gain at anytime you want.
Open your mind and your wallet and let us show you all you can do with your knowledge of
Reverse Mortgages.  No payments, but appreciation doesn’t need more money to work.  Let’s
get together and see how this can work for you.!!!