Shannon Hicks - 1846 Posts - 521 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 .

Before & After: The Financial Interview Tool & HUD Counseling

Shannon Hicks
HUD Reverse Mortgage Counseling Financial Interview Tool Benefits Part 1 (Your thoughts before…) This week (September 11th) begins the implementation of the Financial Interview Tool & Benefits Check Up (BCU) as part of HUD counseling for all reverse mortgage applicants. Please give us your thoughts (positive or negative) on this

9/11 brings New HUD counseling tool: Why it’s a “game-changer”

Shannon Hicks
Effective 9/11/2010, HUD will begin implementing the use of the Financial Interview Tool (FIT) and Benefits Check Up (BCU) as part of the new counseling protocol for reverse mortgages. Learn why you must prepare yourself and your clients with the free online training session. Register today here.

Can HECM Regulators Act Unethically Toward the Reverse Mortgage Program?

Shannon Hicks
Tell the woman who can no longer obtain a reverse mortgage because the program benefit cuts prevent her from getting rid of her conventional mortgage (she never could afford)-that Washington supports the program; Tell the man who desperately needs the reverse mortgage and yet was turned down because underwriting guidelines uses cookies to improve user-experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Cookies View Policy

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