Ironic. That is on the eve of the National Reverse Mortgage Lender’s Association Annual Meeting in San Antonio the New York Times published a front page expose. After a year and a half of mostly positive press since the introduction of the HECM Saver has the media pendulum swung back
Often out of sight and mind after a reverse mortgage closes, servicing is the backbone of the ongoing relationship with the borrower. From monthly draws, tenure payments and loan questions reverse mortgage servicers are on the front lines of long-term customer support and care. The average loan officer is with
Moral Hazard? One definition is the lack of incentive to guard against risk because one is protected from the consequences while the risk rests on another party. Is that what we have with reverse mortgage borrowers who have defaulted? Non-payment of taxes and insurance has been an issue. A look
[vimeo id=”32590209″ width=”601″ height=”338″] Learn what Celink is doing to help borrowers prevent and cure tax and insurance defaults for reverse mortgage borrowers. A Behind The Scenes Look At Curing Tax & Insurance DefaultsOur exclusive interview with Celink’s John LaRose at last month’s NRMLA meeting uncovers some of the steps
[vimeo id=”30161174″ width=”601″ height=”338″] HUD has made it official, reverse mortgage lenders have the authority to help prevent tax and insurance defaults when it comes to financial underwriting and potential reverse mortgage borrowers assessments.
[vimeo id=”29168490″ width=”601″ height=”338″] The behind the scenes of the eviction of a 101 year old Detroit woman due to tax & insurance default on reverse mortgage Video grabs from WXYZ television in Detroit. Original Story of eviction here. Updated story of eviction here.