The Founder and CEO of RMD’s new parent company HW Media, Clayton Collins, sits down with us about why reverse mortgages are worth investing in, and what RMD’s new home could mean for the reverse mortgage industry.
A columnist describes how reverse mortgages could potentially become a new vehicle to allow for real estate investments in the future, though reputational issues linger.
The importance of financial planners as reverse mortgage referral partners can be traced back to the exit of major banks from the business, and product experts discuss this and the care originators should take when engaging in certain kinds of outreach and advertising.
In lieu of federal progress in helping American workers save for retirement, state governments are forming their own programs — and making good progress.
The RMD Podcast returns with a brand new episode featuring the Founder and CEO of HW Media, Clayton Collins. In this episode, Collins offers his perspective on the promise of the reverse mortgage industry, and how RMD fits into the overarching mission of HW Media and its other brands; covering the full breadth of the housing industry.
Industry analyst John Lunde describes for a reverse mortgage audience why reverse mortgage penetration in the broader market remains low, and how an influx of refinances may contribute to that figure.
A financial planner describes in a newspaper column why reverse mortgages are no longer “something to fear” for seniors who may be seeking additional cash flow options in retirement.
Taking regulatory considerations into account to appraise the relationship between reverse mortgage professionals and financial planners may be important to better understand how to connect, says an industry legal professional.
A new column published by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) describes how reverse mortgages have evolved into a potentially viable financial planning tool for certain clients.
HUD and FHA have reiterated the importance of mortgage servicers in both the reverse and forward spaces to communicate available relief options for borrowers impacted by the pandemic.