Unable to use the embedded player? Listen here. A Biden Presidency? Here’s what we may expect The Hill reports than long-time reverse mortgage critic, U.S. senator, and former co-sponsor of the legislation that created the CFPB is making her interest known in serving as Treasury Secretary in Biden administration should
[vimeo id=”146967685″ width=”625″ height=”352″] Pre-Assessment Survey Sheds Some Light on Borrower Perspectives While the survey didn’t account for recent borrowers challenged with the Financial Assessment, the research does pull back the curtain on the motivations behind older homeowners who seek out a reverse mortgage. At the NRMLA annual meeting in
With fewer qualified leads comes the temptation to over promise just how long it takes to close their reverse mortgage. After all who wouldn’t want to promise a quick turn around when the prospect is shopping with several other lenders?
Circling the wagons. It’s something our early pioneers did to protect themselves and their party from attack during their perilous journey to settle the western frontier. Not unlike the settlers we must take proactive measures to protect our hard-earned applicants from fear, doubts and mostly confusion during one of the