A mortgage expert and analyst with decades of experience describes in a new podcast from Kiplinger about how reverse mortgages have positively evolved over the years into the modern Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM).
A reverse mortgage can serve as part of a financial plan designed to weather economic downturns, according to a column at Kiplinger.
Retiring without having to make regular mortgage payments is a big dream for many retirees, but is becoming increasingly unattainable for many Americans looking to transition out of work. This is one of the core reasons why home equity broadly – and reverse mortgages specifically – could be a viable option for a senior looking […]
The economic volatility currently being caused by the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has made generating retirement income more difficult, which is why “outside the box” solutions should be on the table for American seniors. One such solution is a reverse mortgage, according to Charles Rawl, certified financial planner and principal at Charles W. Rawl and Associates, […]
In trying to shore up finances as a senior prepares to enter retirement, one option that can help a senior to avoid a financial crisis in the period preceding retirement can be a reverse mortgage. This is according to Mike Piershale, president of Piershale Financial Group in Barrington, Ill. in a new article at Kiplinger. […]
A reverse mortgage can be a viable financial product for seniors looking to protect their retirement assets from a volatile influencer like the stock market, while also reducing the risk of a retiree exhausting all of their financial resources in retirement. This is according to an article on funding longevity recently published in Kiplinger. “Reverse […]
Around 15% of Americans say they would consider a reverse mortgage once eligible, according to a new survey released Thursday, with responses varying widely depending on age. Among respondents — investors between the ages of 35 and 64 who were polled by Kiplinger and digital wealth management company Personal Capital — 31% of those under […]