What has to be repaid when the loan becomes due?

You’ll repay the loan balance, any fees that have been added, and the accrued interest. Homeowners (or their heirs) usually choose to do this through the sale of the home or other assets. Repaying the loan by refinancing through a conventional mortgage is also an option.

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This Has Been a Great Tool for Us Larry did a great job explaining the reverse mortgage process to my family. This has been a great tool for us. I highly recommend Larry for your reverse mortgage needs Brian V    

Brian V — Oct 12, 2016

Professionalism & Cordiality Larry deserves 5 stars! Larry handled and explained the reverse mortgage questions promptly from the beginning with professionalism and cordiality. He was very thorough in the coverage of reverse mortgage issues and explained them with clarity and patience. We have relied on his feedback and documentation in order to make decisions.

George & Violet M — Apr 13, 2017

Worked well for us! My wife and I had been discussing reverse mortgage for some time. We had heard all the pros and cons of doing this type of mortgage and the pros won out. We have a house that was built in 1976 and we have been in it since 1991. We have really done no updates on it and it was really needing some remodeling. We were just not able to afford all the stuff that it needed. We could not find anyone in our area that did reverse mortgage so I got on the internet and did some searches. A few days later I got a call from Larry McAnarney. I told Larry that I came from the "old school" and was use to doing business face to face, but since he was in Illinois and we were in Texas it made it a little difficult. However, to make a long story short, Larry explained everything to our satisfaction and we started the process. We had to go to a counseling session so that we understood the process. After that it was pretty simple. Thanks to Larry McAnarney.

Joe G — Apr 14, 2015

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