Will a reverse mortgage affect my government benefits?

The funds from a reverse mortgage generally do not affect regular Social Security or Medicare benefits. However, needs-based benefits, such as Medicaid and Supplemental Security Income (SSI), may be impacted. One of our licensed reverse mortgage specialists can provide additional general information, but you should contact a financial professional or government benefits specialist about your particular situation.

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Professional-Patient-Flexible-Thoroughly Knowledgeable Our financial planner suggested we look into a reverse mortgage to free up extra assets to help us use them for vacations, anticipated and unanticipated expenes,while protecting current cash flow. Additionally, having a line of credit provides peace of mind that we will have the cash available to meet whatever the future holds. Larry provided the answers to our questions and pointed out the way the process works in a way we could understand and the pros and cons of the choices available relative to the costs associated with each choice, no hidden fees, and a clear understanding of our obligations. Larry helped us to consider family issues that might arise so we could determine what our goals are upon our passing for our children. He is professional, patient, flexible, and most of all thoroughly knowledgeable.

Bob V — Mar 31, 2017

Couldn't be Happier We recently closed our reverse mortgage with Larry McAnarney and couldn’t be happier. We don’t need the money, but Larry explained how we could set up a growing line of credit which could be used as possible future income, immediate liquidity, a long term care insurance hedge, and much more. We used this product as part of our retirement income planning strategy. Larry was very knowledgeable on all aspects of what we were trying to accomplish and very responsive to our needs and questions. He is highly recommended by us.      

Jim & Marcia M — Jan 12, 2018

Larry Knows His Business Larry did a great job with follow up when I needed questions answered. Still a little in the fog about how to pull more funds from my account, if I have a need down the road.

Jim D — Jul 17, 2015

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