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 non-borrowing spouse meeting certain criteria no longer occupies the home as their principal residence (i.e., passes away, moves out, or vacates the property for more than 12 months).
  • 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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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

Nervous in the Beginning Larry was very knowledgeable about the processing of the reverse mortgage. He answered all my questions in a way that I could understand each step of the process. I was nervous in the beginning but with Larry helping me step by step in understanding the process, I became very much at ease. I would be more than happy to recommend others who would want to do a reverse mortgage. Again, thank you Larry.  

Dorthie A — Feb 6, 2017

I Decided to Investigate with some Trepdition When I decided to investigate a Reverse Mortgage I did so with some trepidation. There was so much negativity about them that I didn't think I would end up getting one. But when everything was explained to me it became obvious that there was no reason not to. So I proceeded thru the procedure and ended up with the mortgage. Everything you told me came to pass and I am completely satisfied with the end product. It would behoove those who are eligible to look into getting one for themselves. Thank you again

John M — Aug 20, 2015

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