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Today’s new and improved program will reverse your thinking.

Major changes to the reverse mortgage program over the past few years have caused many financial pundits and media outlets to change the way they look at reverse mortgages—and how and when to use home equity as part of a retirement strategy. Once miscast and misunderstood as a tactic of last resort, positive reviews of reverse mortgages are now easy to find—and we’ve collected some of the top resources for you below.

A New Look at Reverse Mortgages – An Emerging Retirement Income Tool

Wondering how to take reverse mortgage concepts you’ve heard about and turn that knowledge into compliant strategies for your clients? Strategic use of a reverse mortgage can deliver improved retirement cash flow and a higher chance of portfolio survival in a long retirement, as demonstrated by research from the American College of Financial Services and other noted universities.

Home Equity Planning “How To”: Identify Candidates and Introduce Reverse Mortgages into Your Practice – Peloton

Staying up-to-date on a variety of planning solutions is part of every financial advisor’s fiduciary responsibility to clients approaching retirement age. Most advisors understand why homeowners over the age 62 should be considering a reverse mortgage to meet goals and improve cash-flow in retirement – take the next step and learn how to incorporate this concept in your practice and add value to your clients’ long-term financial plans in this educational webinar, Part 2 of our HECM Advisor series.


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Longbridge Financial is an approved Federal Housing Administration (FHA) lender.

We offer reverse mortgages that are insured by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). We’re also a proud member of the National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association (NRMLA), and fully subscribe to its Code of Ethics. Not all lenders can make that claim.