Yes. For many homeowners age 62 and older who are looking to refinance their mortgage(s) or consolidate debt to reduce their monthly bills, a reverse mortgage can be a more suitable solution. That's because a reverse mortgage has a flexible repayment feature, which puts you in control of how much you pay towards principal and interest each month. For as long as you live in the home, you can choose to pay as much as little as you like, or make no monthly loan payment at all — freeing up money for other purposes.
As the homeowner, you'll still have to pay property taxes and insurance, and keep the home in good shape.
Larry is a Nice Man Larry is a very nice man, answered all our questions. Everything went great.
Joyce S. — Jan 17, 2019
Thank You, Larry! Larry McAnarney is our reverse mortgage loan specialist. He did an excellent job of explaining the reverse mortgage programs, the process, requirements, how the monies would be accessed if approved. He followed up with me multiple times before I made the decision to proceed which I really appreciated. He assisted me in wading through all of the requirements in the application process. He was always available for a question either by email or phone. He was always encouraging and optimistic about our chances for success. He was helpful and very clear as to all the documents I needed to prepare and always allowed me a reasonable amount of time to comply. As our house is in trust there were further "hoops to jump through." Larry truly went above and beyond the call of duty on our behalf with the underwriters. I have no doubt that his extra hard work won the approval of our reverse mortgage. I couldn't recommend him more highly. He has my thanks!
Jacquelyn W — May 6, 2015
Knowledgeable, Attentive, and Accommodating Knowledgeable, Attentive, and Accommodating. For me, Larry deserves 5 stars
Anita K — Feb 17, 2017