While Medicare covers some healthcare expenses, older Americans are still spending significant out-of-pocket 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.
To learn more about solutions that could help the older adults you care for to pay for healthcare, in-home care, and/or home modifications that can help them be safer and more comfortable, please call me today.
HECM Loan Specialist, NMLS #21059
Call 815-703-4745 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Branch NMLS # 1404799
700 Commerce Drive, Suite 5055
Oak Brook, IL 60523
Clone Larry! When we met Larry McAnarney, it did not take long to feel comfortable. There was no high pressure feeling; he answered our questions and put us at ease. Larry was great! Our Hud counselor, and the gentleman who did our closing were very good, too. Only one problem.....we should have done it sooner. Larry gets SIX stars. Bernice and Dave
Bernice & Dave L — Oct 28, 2014
Easy Process and Friendly Service Larry was great to work with. He guided me through the process and was very specific about the information I needed to provide so that I was prepared each time we met. He came to my home for all of our meetings and that was very convenient for me. Larry was aware that I needed to get my loan closed as soon as possible and he made sure the underwriters were aware of that. When it was time for me to close, I asked Larry to be there since I trusted him and wanted his support. He was there as promised. Closing was easy and straighforward and everything went the way I expected. I am very pleased with Larry and would recommend them highly.
Rhonda T — Oct 19, 2015
Thanks Again Larry treated me very well and helped me go thru the indepth process!!! Thanks again
W Hammond — Sep 7, 2015