While Medicare covers some healthcare expenses, older Americans are still spending significant out-ofpocket money on supplemental health insurance premiums, long-term-care insurance, home healthcare and non-medical in-home care. A reverse mortgage allows homeowners age 62 and older to borrow against their home equity in order to access a new source of funds, while they continue to live in and own their homes. It can help them afford the care they need, without having to draw upon savings or other investments.
For example:To learn more about how a reverse mortgage could help the older adults you care for to pay for healthcare costs, please call me today.
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The Customer Comes First Her I have been very happy with all of my dealings with Larry McAnarney. He has the drive needed to handle all the details in a timely manner but explain the steps and concepts in an easy to understand and gentle, laid back manner. Never a hard sell with Larry. With a plan to close the transaction before the first of the month, Larry kept the momentum going until all was settled with four days to spare. He was available for questions and advice at all times which was very beneficial because of the timetable involved. Professional and engaging. Win-Win-Win.
Valerie D — Jan 30, 2015
Totally Committed to Service and the Custome Going through the hoops for a reverse mortgage was a task. I found Larry McAnarney and he was beyond professional in his willingness to cover every nuance, foresee any possible problems, and SUPER follow through after approval. I can't reommend this service highly enough.
Shaun K — May 22, 2015
Reverse Mortgage Made Easy! From the start, Larry McAnarney was supportive, helpful, patient and explained everything in a way I could understand. He was always responsive to my calls and emails, and made sure that the process stayed on track. It was a real pleasure doing business with Larry, and I recommend him highly -- especially for taking the mysteries out of what could be a confusing and complex process, and just putting your mind at ease.
Laura M — Jul 24, 2015