Reverse Mortgage Resources & Information
Get the answers to many of your questions about Reverse Mortgages. The AARP provides a wealth of information that every Reverse Mortgage borrower needs to know. AARP has long been a supporter of this option for seniors, so check out their Reverse Mortgage site to get their feedback.
A group of professionals in the field of aging provides education and information on Reverse mortgages as well as many other issues that confront older Americans.
This site offers confidential and free advice to help seniors identify public programs connects you to federal and state and local programs. As a resident looking into planning for your future, you should check this site out.
The BBB is a great resource to determine if you should be doing business with a company and also they have wonderful articles on consumer issues. They have information on Reverse Mortgages both on a national level and for homeowners.
This is a great site to locate organizations that can assist you with services and programs.
When we find a company that we feel can really help you to prepare for your retirement, we want to let you know about it. Contact FRS today in order to get the information that you need to assist in your retirement planning. Financial Retirement Solutions, LLC will help you consider all of your options.
This site provides access to government information and services. It is a great source for all types of information for homeowners who are considering their choices as they plan their retirement.
National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association (NRMLA) is a membership organization, based in Washington, DC for lenders, vendors, and other companies that originate service and/or invest in reverse mortgages. There is even a Reverse Mortgage Calculator to find out approximately how much cash YOU can get.
This web site is dedicated to helping seniors and their families with accurate and up-to-date information on senior housing options, including Reverse Mortgages, finance, insurance and related lifestyle issues. Homeowners should check this site out.
This agency will provide you with a wide range of services that enable seniors to live independently at home. If you are considering a reverse mortgage for a senior who has medical issues but wants to stay at home, give accent care a try.
This web site has lots of great information on caring for older people and their special needs. There are many different sources of information, including some resources for Reverse mortgages.
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This nonprofit agency helps improve the health of seniors through education and awareness programs implemented in conjunction with communities, churches, consumer groups, leaders of academia, business, labor and local government agencies.