When will the principal and interest charges become due?

The loan must be paid in full when one of the following occurs:

  •  A “maturity event” — the loan becomes due and payable when the home is sold, or the borrower or qualified non-borrowing spouse no longer occupies the home as their principal residence (i.e., passes away, moves out, or vacates the property for more than 12 months) due to mental or physical illness.
  •  You fail to pay property taxes or homeowners insurance.
  •  You let the property deteriorate beyond what is considered reasonable wear and tear, and do not correct the problem.

 

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Sandi C — Jan 18, 2019

Made Me Feel Comfortable Larry was very patient,explained everything..answered all questions..he made me feel very comfortable about doing a reverse mortgage... thank you Larry for all your help.

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Personal comfort and re-assurance My representative was Larry McAnarny, who was very concerned that I understood everything necessary to apply for a reverse mortgage. He was there for me the whole step of the way to advise me or help me make a decision. Larry gave me the good and bad specifics and I had to make all the decisions. Regardless of how unimportant I thought my questions were, or how often I contacted,Larry, he assured me that they were valid, and gave me his time to clarify and answer my questions. I am happy and feel very secure and comfortable with the counseling I received I HIGHLY recommend Larry with 10+ rating from me.

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