Former Deputy HUD Secretary Brian Montgomery and partners share thoughts on the MMI Report, and what reverse mortgage stakeholders should remember about it.
A recent column by a BBB official preaches caution for anyone considering a reverse mortgage, but cites out-of-date information to make the case.
RMD’s editor recently attended HW Annual, and saw a grand total of two other reverse mortgage industry participants on-site. This lack of reverse presence indicates a problem with industry outreach, he says.
With major proprietary moves being made by the likes of FAR and RMF, this commentary examines what the potential impacts could be on expanding the audience for reverse mortgages.
As public companies in the forward mortgage business report a lot of reduced earnings, public companies with reverse mortgage segments are touting those divisions’ solid performance, as noted by RMD’s editor in this new commentary.
A recent story published in the Washington Post and authored by syndicated columnist Ilyce Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin compiled testimonials from potential reverse mortgage customers, highlighting the issues facing reverse mortgage education and the industry’s apparent reliance on refinances in this new commentary from RMD’s editor.
As HUD Secretary Fudge ascends to leadership, RMD looks at this time of challenge for American housing and moment of change for reverse mortgages.
These four reverse mortgage lenders have been making moves and trying interesting things over the past several months, so don’t take your eyes off of them.
In a new TV series, the iconic hero Superman moves back to the town he grew up in, and finds that his adoptive mother has taken out a reverse mortgage.
Today is Inauguration Day, marking the official beginning of the four-year term of the 46th President of the United States, Joseph R. Biden, Jr. Whether you voted for the incoming president or not, some in the reverse mortgage industry appear to be interested in the changes that the federal government under Biden’s watch could make […]