Finance of America Companies Chief Product Officer Kathryn Amor shares additional perspective on her journey toward understanding reverse mortgages, why education must remain front-and-center for the reverse mortgage industry, and the commitment that FOA and FAR share in aiming to push the industry forward.
Finance of America Reverse (FAR) had a successful Q3 and is shaping up for a solid year, and its parent company is recognizing that by “doubling down” on its investment in the reverse mortgage business according to a Q3 2021 earnings presentation.
Finance of America Chief Product Officer Kathryn Amor discusses how reverse mortgages fit into the larger company’s framework, and how important those products are for product diversity in the mortgage space.
FAR announced the launch of a new borrower engagement division for its proprietary reverse mortgage borrowers, which will provide personalized attention to those needing extra help with their servicing issues.
With cybersecurity risks on the rise since mortgage companies embrace more digital services, RMD checked in with reverse mortgage industry participants to see what measures are being taken to combat digital threats.
Finance of America Reverse (FAR) announced this week the launch of Finance of America University, a new educational initiative and platform designed to bring partners up to speed on reverse mortgage offerings.
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.
Finance of America Reverse (FAR) posted strong gains in Q2 2021, notably performing well in comparison to the parent company’s traditional mortgage business.
Finance of America Companies reported strong results in its Q1 2021 earnings, citing the reverse mortgage business – Finance of America Reverse (FAR) – as a particularly strong performer.
As FAR’s parent company begins its trading week on Wall Street, the reverse mortgage lender remains confident in its new position, while early share price values have fallen.