With the exception of a fee for government-required reverse mortgage counseling, most of the fees associated with a reverse mortgage can be financed with your loan, so there’s no immediate out-of-pocket cost. The costs are added to the loan amount (“principal”) and paid along with the accrued interest when the loan becomes due. Depending on the loan option you choose, these fees may include an origination fee, closing costs, a mortgage insurance premium (required for HECM loans) and a monthly servicing fee. We will let you know exactly what costs are involved.
Ask us about our Low-Cost Equity Elite pricing option, which eliminates nearly all origination and closing costs.
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
Larry treated me respectfully Larry treated me respectfully, explained every step in the process. He was always there for any questions I had. I would recommend him to all my friends and family.
Sheila R — Apr 29, 2015
Larry Went Above and Beyond Larry was very professional, knowledgeable, honest and helpful. No complaints at all. We highly recommend him if you are considering a reverse mortgage. He went above and beyond
Joyce H — Sep 24, 2019