Get a low margin on a reverse mortgage
Get a reverse mortgage with a margin as low as 1%*—which means More available cash and a Lower interest rate.
- Higher margin:
- Age 65
- Home value:
- Typical available cash:
- up to $147,000*
- With this offer:
- may increase up to $156,900*
Offer ends soon—complete and submit the form today for your no-obligation analysis.
*This is not an offer to make you a loan, does not qualify you for a loan, and is not an official loan disclosure. Loan disclosures, including a Good Faith Estimate of closing costs, are provided upon receipt of a completed reverse mortgage application. Additional terms and conditions apply. To qualify for a 1% margin the minimum home value on property to be financed with the Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) is $250,000.
Discover how a reverse mortgage allows you to:
- Have more money on hand to meet everyday bills and expenses
- Eliminate or reduce credit card balances or other debts
- Help with healthcare expenses, making it easier to age in place
- Set aside funds to pay for future long-term care needs
- Make home updates, repairs or modifications to live more comfortably
- Lower taxable income by replacing taxable withdrawals from 401(k) or other retirement plans with tax-free reverse mortgage income*
- Establish a line of credit for emergencies or occasional expenses
- Use it for any other purpose
Get your free reverse mortgage information kit today and get all the answers you need.
- What is a reverse mortgage and how it works
- What are the benefits of a reverse mortgage
- How a reverse mortgage compares to a traditional mortgage
- What amount you can receive from a reverse mortgage
- How you can receive your reverse mortgage funds
- The reverse mortgage process
No cost or No obligation
Plus, find out if you qualify for our Exclusive Gold Program that offers substantial discounts on top of our already industry-leading pricing not available by any other lender.
“Using a reverse mortgage to tap home equity is one of the most powerful options available to retirees today” – Alicia Munnell, Director, Center for Retirement Research at Boston College
*Consult a financial advisor and appropriate government agencies for any effect on taxes or government benefits.