What should I do if I have a reverse mortgage and I received a notice that I am “delinquent,” “in default,” or behind on my property taxes and insurance?
What should I do if I have a reverse mortgage and I can’t pay my property taxes or insurance?
Should I use a reverse mortgage to consolidate my debts?
What happens if my reverse mortgage loan balance grows larger than the value of my home?
Are there any limitations on the upfront charges a bank can charge for a reverse mortgage?
Can my partner, family, or dependents live in my home if I have a reverse mortgage?
Do all reverse mortgage lenders offer the same types of loans?
If I’m thinking about taking out a reverse mortgage, what other options should I consider?
What happens if I have to move out of my home into a nursing home, or to live with family, and I have a reverse mortgage?
Will my children be able to keep my home after I die if I have a reverse mortgage loan?
If my spouse dies or moves to a nursing home, what happens with my reverse mortgage?
My contractor told me I had to get a HECM reverse mortgage for his company to perform repairs on my home. Is this true?
I was told I had to buy an annuity or an investment product to get a HECM reverse mortgage. Is this true?
Can I use a reverse mortgage loan to buy a home?
What are the costs I will have to pay for a reverse mortgage?
When do I have to pay back a reverse mortgage loan?
Do I still need to pay my property taxes and homeowner’s insurance with a reverse mortgage loan? What about the costs of repairs needed to maintain my home?
If I take out a reverse mortgage loan, does the lender own my home?
How much money can I get with a reverse mortgage, and what are my payment options?
What will reverse mortgage housing counseling cost?