Reverse mortgages are a unique type of loan that lets you convert the accrued equity of your home into usable funds.
Home Equity Conversion Mortgages (or HECMs) are a reverse mortgage insured by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) under the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Because HECM reverse mortgages are regulated by the government, they are subject to specific rules and limits, many of which are designed to protect the borrower, such as counseling, financial assessment and more.
What happens when a reverse mortgage becomes due? What is a maturity event? Today Mark and John discuss: What happens when owners of a house p... Full Story
With decades of experience, John Harding is your go-to for Reverse Mortgages. Mark and John sit down to talk about age requirements with reverse mortg... Full Story
John Harding loves teaching seniors and their families about reverse mortgages. He has done plenty of living room meetings, setting up his projector a... Full Story
John Harding and Mark Holland talk today about negative amortization. John answers the following questions: What is negative amortization? ... Full Story
What is the difference between a regular line of credit and a reverse line of credit? Mark Holland and John Harding discuss the differences and benefi... Full Story
John Harding knows that every mortgage situation is unique. Mark Holland chats with John Harding about when the right time is to look into reverse mor... Full Story
Mark Holland chats with John Harding, Reverse Mortgage specialist about how to access home equity through a reverse mortgage. Listen here: [/aud... Full Story
Mark Holland sits down with John Harding to talk about reverse mortgages. What should you know about reverse mortgages? Start with education. Ask... Full Story
Ten important things to consider about a reverse mortgage / Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM). Learn the facts with 1st Reverse Mortgage. ... Full Story
An excellent FHA mortgage program, see how to get started with a reverse mortgage in ten simple steps. Read our common-sense overview. STEP 1: ... Full Story