Financial advisors are just beginning to embrace the reverse mortgage. See what one advisor has to say. We interviewed Cliff Maas at the NRMLA meeting in Irvine California.
Have you felt a bit overwhelmed with all of the changes in our industry recently? It reminds me of quote " The only thing constant in life is change."
Much like an earthquake can change the overall landscape creating new shorelines, ridges and hills the exit of Metlife will most certainly change the mix of reverse mortgage products. The products most likely to see a reduction are...
While our full time jobs relate to reverse mortgage lending, origination, management, etc, we may have fallen into a very undesirable part-time job: Analysist. We all suffer from an over abundance of news and information, not to say we don’t need it,
Since it’s creation in 1989 our product has withstood multiple recessions, boom and bust real estate markets, five presidents and stock market crashes. Consumers and their confidence in the HECM and the lenders that serve them.
Insecurity & opportunity remain after MetLife's departure. The Survivors Club remains. What is the secret to staying focused and being positioned to thrive in an uncertain market?
In the wake of the aftershocks of the two largest reverse mortgage lenders leaving MetLife announced last Thursday they are leaving reverse mortgage lending. A look at the potential causes and more importantly the impact on our industry.
If you work from a home office or find yourself with few reverse mortgage colleagues starting your own mastermind group can be a key resource for marketing and business planning.