Are You Ready To Cross That Bridge?

Have you ever considered using your home equity as part of your retirement plan? With a Reverse Mortgage equity line, you can have access to the cash you have invested in your home without creating a monthly payment.  Here are a few examples of how you can effectively use you home equity in retirement:

  1. You can convert an existing traditional mortgage to a Reverse Mortgage. This means that you no longer have a monthly mortgage payment so you can keep that money in your pocket where it belongs.   
  2. You can create a monthly flow of income for as long as you live in the home.
  3. You can set up a Reverse Mortgage line-of-credit that gives you access to money at any time.  The Reverse Mortgage is the ONLY line-of-credit that grows giving you access to more money in the future. Best of all, this line-of-credit never needs to be renewed or paid back as long as you live in your home.

    Do yourself a favor and give the Reverse Mortgage a closer look.  It is an innovative tool to improve retirement security. Recent federal legislative changes have made the Reverse Mortgage safer and more affordable than ever.  Give us a call and get the answers you need to make an informed decision before crossing that bridge. 

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Headquarters
614 Old Edmondson Ave., Suite 200
Catonsville, MD 21228-3360
Toll Free:
1-800-420-5515

Maryland Office:
410-788-7070

Eastern Shore Office:
410-600-0600

District of Columbia:
202-719-0625

Virginia:
703-879-2316

Licenses

NMLS # 179014
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Maryland - Lender # 06-20057

District of Columbia - Mortgage Broker # MLB179014

Virginia - Licensed by the VA State Corp. Commission, Mortgage Broker # MC5642

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Recently, we helped a client who inherited a property with her brother and sister. She wanted to keep the home, but the house was left to all the siblings. She lived on a fixed income, and she could not afford a monthly mortgage payment. Her lawyer referred her to me, and she gave me a call. We were able to use the Reverse Mortgage to pay off her siblings so she would become the sole owner and remain in the home. ... See MoreSee Less

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After a person does a Reverse Mortgage, does he or she have any responsibilities afterward? Let's find out the correct answer to that today at 4:00 p.m. with Mr. Mark McVearry. We hope that our weekly live videos are educating you about the Reverse Mortgage in a short, but effective manner. See you soon! ... See MoreSee Less

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