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New options opening for reverse mortgages

New options opening for reverse mortgages

BOSTON – Oct. 15, 2018 – You've probably seen actor Tom Selleck pitching federally insured reverse mortgages on TV and thought, that sounds interesting. He says you can turn your home equity into cash and not pay back anything – no principal, no interest, no fees – for years after your retirement. And it's true. Some form of a reverse mortgage could be a good choice for you, but it might not be the government-backed type Selleck is hawking. Those loans have hit tough times and growing numbers of lenders have begun offering alternatives – proprietary, non-government reverse mortgages – including an innovative variant revealed last month that allows owners to retain their current low-interest-rate regular mortgages while pulling out additional funds via the industry's only "second-lien" reverse loan. A little background: Annual volumes of the Federal Housing Administration's (FHA) reverse mortgages have tanked to their lowest level in 13 years and appear headed for further declines. The program is a financial nightmare for the FHA, performing so poorly that the FHA's commissioner, Brian D. Montgomery, complained rece...

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