Benefits of a Florida Reverse Mortgage

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5 Potential Uses For A Florida Reverse Mortgage -

Many Seniors Find That Reverse Mortgage in Florida Can Provide Several Key Benefits Sometimes it helps in the decision making about reverse mortgages if an individual considering the loan has some ide

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Are there different types of reverse mortgages? > Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Yes. Most reverse mortgages today are insured by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA), as part of its Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) program. If you apply for a HECM loan, you can choose f

Sean Talks Money: How to Give Your Child Excellent Credit

My sister Megan called me recently asking for advice on picking a new credit card. Because she’s a college student and only 19, I assumed she’d qualify only for a…

Online Medicine: What to Know Before You Sign Up

By Cheryl Welch Learn more about Cheryl on Nerdwallet’s Ask an Advisor The world of health care is changing rapidly thanks to new advances in technology. Innovations such as patient…

AAG Builds Reverse Mortgage Ground Game

American Advisors Group may have turned into the reverse mortgage volume leader through its television pitchmen and call-center-first model, but the HECM giant is currently in the process of upgrading

How I Ditched Debt: Well Kept Wallet

In this series, NerdWallet interviews people who triumphed over debt using a combination of commitment, budgeting and smart financial choices. Their stories may inspire you to pay off your debt.&helli

A Home Equity Loan Is a Smart Choice as Rates Rise

In recent years, home equity loans have gone the way of boy bands. So last-century. In an era of low interest rates, home equity lines of credit and cash-out refinances…

Holiday Weekend Round-Up: H4P Resources, New Pitches

Stories about the industry’s reaction to the changing reverse mortgage consumer captured RMD readers’ attention this week, with an all-in-one guide to HECM for purchase leading a pack that

It’s OK to Spend Money on Yourself — Really

  People who spend too much outnumber, by far, those who spend too little. But the methods that therapists and financial planners use to help “underspenders” can guide the rest&hellip

4 Credit Card Trends for 2017 and What They Mean for You

In 2016, high-end credit cards attracted a lot of attention with generous rewards and perks. But this year, issuers are going back to basics — and perhaps charging you more…

Mortgage Rates Friday, Feb. 17: Steep Drop; Building Permits Up

Thirty-year fixed mortgage rates plunged eight basis points today, while 15-year fixed loans and 5/1 ARMs dropped by four and three basis points, respectively, according to a NerdWallet surv

Ask Brianna: How Can I Stay on Budget and Still Hang Out?

“Ask Brianna” is a Q&A column from NerdWallet for 20-somethings or anyone else starting out. I’m here to help you manage your money, find a job and pay off student…

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Small-Business Grants: Where to Find Free Money

They say there’s no such thing as a free ride. In the world of small-business grants, you’ll pay your dues by searching websites, clicking out-of-date links, or struggling with govern

Consumers Have Powerful Tool in Credit Card Chargebacks

Credit card users who feel helpless when dealing with merchants that provide shoddy goods and services should know they have a powerful tool available to them: chargebacks. A chargeback occurs…

Maine Gov. Touts Reverse Mortgages in New Legislation

Reverse mortgages could become a central part of Maine’s foreclosure law if the governor has his way. Under new legislation proposed by Gov. Paul LePage, a Republican, any town considering forec

RMD Job Board: See Who’s Hiring to Grow Their Business

Each week, RMD compiles all of the jobs posted on the Reverse Mortgage Daily Job Board in the one spot where more than 7,000 daily subscribers in the industry can see it. This week, new posi

Rights of Low-income Medicare Users

A 2014 report from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) said that the largest category of financial complaints by seniors was debt collection, with nearly half of their complaints involving

Industry Vet Suits Joins Federal Savings Bank

Mike Suits, a mortgage veteran who has spent more than 15 years in the marketplace, joined The Federal Savings Bank as a senior vice president of home equity conversion mortgages, the Chicago-based ba

RMF Uses “Unconventional” Message to Reach New Audience

Often featuring celebrity spokesmen who deliver messages geared toward needs-based borrowers, ads for reverse mortgages tend to follow a familiar script. But Reverse Mortgage Funding has taken an &ldq

Data Key to Financial Planners’ Reverse Mortgage Perceptions

Originators and other players in the reverse mortgage space say that challenges remain when convincing financial planners and other retirement experts that reverse mortgages are a good idea for some b

Reverse Mortgage Originators Clocked Strong Finish to 2016

Despite persistent concerns about a downturn in the reverse mortgage industry, home equity conversion endorsements jumped nearly 20 percent in December 2016 as compared to the previous month, accordin

Mnuchin Confirmation Raises Reverse Mortgage Foreclosure Confusion

President Donald Trump’s nomination of Steven Mnuchin to helm the Treasury Department raised a round of controversy about his involvement with reverse mortgage foreclosures — and Mnuchin&r

Unpaid Water Bills Open Door to Advice

Nearly half of the low-income residents in some sections of Louisville are delinquent on their city water bills. In Newark, water customers’ unpaid balances have been known to reach $4,000. The

Retiree Benefits: Tale of 2 Cities (States)

Some of the workers and retirees around the country who count on having a government pension surely get nervous when they see headlines about the most troubled state and local plans – in places

Wrong People Seek Financial Info, Help

Most of the 1,000 people who took the financial well-being quiz posted here last year felt content with their situations. Their well-being score averaged 16.4 out of 20 points possible on the quiz. T

Managing Money with Cognitive Decline

Despite the normal cognitive challenges that people in their 70s and 80s inevitably face, most are sharp enough to be in charge of their financial affairs or oversee them. But the significant minorit

Good Health Insurance is What Counts

Having health insurance is no guarantee that medical care is affordable. Some families, despite being covered by the Affordable Care Act (ACA) or employer policies, say that high premiums and deducti

The Late-1950s Boomers: Hit by Divorce

It’s old news that the many baby boomers who did not get married and stay married are worse off financially than those who did. Unfortunately, the financial damage to one segment of this ge

Can Work Enhance Seniors’ Social Lives?

Maintaining a network of family, friends, or even golfing buddies is critical to cognitive and physical health in old age, research has shown. What wasn’t known is how work affects the social l

People Lack Emergency Funds, Tap 401ks

When between 45 percent and 60 percent of Americans don’t have enough money for retirement, encouraging saving is a national priority. A related issue is preserving the funds once they’re

2.8 Million Seniors Have College Debt

The number of Americans over age 60 who are paying back federal or private student loans has reached a critical mass, quadrupling to 2.8 million over the past decade, a new report finds. These older

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