There are many types of housing to consider, but getting a reverse mortgage can be a good option for staying put.
In 2011, the courts established that HUD had violated the law by triggering payment of the loan while the non-borrowing spouse was still in the house.
The problem with self-insurance is that you don’t know when you’ll need the coverage. It’s not just for seniors; many people aren’t saving enough for retirement now.
Considering health care costs, a long-term care strategy and managing longevity risk, the goal of not running out of retirement income requires a lot of financial planning.
Reverse mortgages are getting more respect now that retirees really need the money.
Empty nesters and seniors facing the decision of whether to downsize have a few options.
FHA insurance protects the lender, not the borrower. The FHA insures the lender’s safety, not the borrower’s (or the borrower’s heirs).
Borrowing against the equity in your home can have pitfalls.
Senior homeowners who want to cash out equity with a reverse mortgage will have to play by new rules when applying for a loan after the end of this month.
The FHA is changing the rules for lump-sum payouts.