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The Year of the Financial Advisor?

Shannon Hicks
[vimeo id=”153422448″ width=”625″ height=”352″] Slow & Steady Growth Depends on Partnering with Financial Professionals Since the housing and economic crash of 2008 our industry has had its collective eye focused on the horizon seeking for signs of a significant rebound in reverse mortgage volume. Despite earlier predictions we have come

The Future of Aging Well

Amara Rose
There is the matter of how societal expectations affect where older adults live, which makes the changing senior living landscape a bright field for the reverse mortgage industry. As we're exploring, the desire to age in place is expanding into ever more creative ways to age in community, which may

Retired – Or Retooled?

Amara Rose
Today's retirees can retire and retool, in any number of ways. If they haven't yet done so, it's helpful for those approaching or in retirement to take a long look at how they might use their skills and experience for others' benefit — or to enhance their own later years.

Estate Planning / Part 2: Avoiding Financial Regrets

Amara Rose
One of the most touted benefits of a reverse mortgage is the peace of mind that comes from knowing that as a senior ages, they'll have the funds they need to remain in their beloved home, pay the property taxes and upkeep, and still have enough left over to be

Giving LTC Some TLC: Planning for Long-term Care

Amara Rose
[ad#Take Charge America] Do your reverse mortgage prospects and clients have a plan for the unexpected? According to a recent survey of 449 financial advisors, even prudent seniors overlook a critical component of retirement planning. When the experts were asked, “What’s the biggest threat to the financial security of retirees?”

A Bright Future

Shannon Hicks
[vimeo id=”84978390″ width=”625″ height=”352″] Professor Sees Reverse Mortgages as a Cornerstone for Retirement Planning It’s no small endorsement. Well known Columbia Business school professor Christopher Mayer not only sees a bright future for reverse mortgages but he’s going into business himself. Mayer is tapering his teaching responsibilities at Columbia to

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