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http://www.reversefocus.com - 1120 Posts - 353 Comments
Shannon Hicks - Shannon is the President of Reverse Focus, Inc. He draws from his experience as a reverse mortgage originator and prior work in the financial services industry. Shannon has been covering reverse mortgage news stories since 2008 when he began podcasting and in 2010 with weekly video updates. He has spoken nationally at industry events and is host of the nation’s only weekly podcast for reverse mortgage professionals “Reverse Focus Weekly”. For more information, call 1.800-805-9328 x 3-3 or visit www.ReverseFocus.com .

FHA’s MMI Fund Report Explained

Shannon Hicks
[Download full report] [View 1-minute video summary] [Full Actuarial Review]  A look behind the numbers and factors that shaped the FHA MMI Fund Report to Congress A recap of FHA’s and HUD’s media conference call, an examination of HECM risks, and how the value of the fund is calculated.

Rebranding for Proprietary Reverse Mortgages

Shannon Hicks
 Your brand may be due for a makeover to effectively market proprietary reverse mortgage loans Just as the proprietary reverse mortgage market is unique so should be your marketing approach. About John Luddy: John has trained reverse mortgage professionals how to be successful when sitting face-to-face at the kitchen

From Dependency to Diversification

Shannon Hicks
Not too many years ago there was a time when the typical reverse mortgage professional could confidently build their business on a singular loan; the Home Equity Conversion Mortgage. That business model has become increasingly difficult to sustain in recent years. While some continue to succeed only offering the federally-insured

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