As a mortgage professional, I understand that purchasing a house for the first time can be quite daunting. Buying a home can be a stressful task, but you can quickly and efficiently handle your mortgage approval and legal requirements with a little preparation.
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Original Article Posted on: December 23, 2020
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Original Article Posted on: December 11, 2020
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A reverse mortgage is one of the most common retirement tools, and it allows you to use tax-free cash if you have to cover-up any unexpected expenses. Known as the safest egg nest for a retiree, you can also put it out for home repairs, bills, and travels. However, several reverse mortgage myths have been floating around, creating a sea of confusion about home equity among most retired homeowners. Believing these misconceptions could dissuade you from accessing this product as financial support. To help you understand and steer clear of some misconceptions surrounding this mortgage solution, Cody Rowe - Mortgage Specialist, has debunked some of the most widely believed myths about reverse mortgages.