All reverse mortgage share several common characteristics.
*All borrowers must be 62 or older
*Must occupy the home as primary residence (residence is defined as at least one person living in the home for at least 6 months of the year)
*One owner must be living in home at time of closing
*If there is existing lien, it must be paid off by the new HECM mortgage or assume a subordinate position.
HECM must always be in first-lien position.
A homeowner can finance any primary residence that is considered owner-occupied, single family residence, condominium, manufactured homes, two to four units, or a planned unit development. Mobile Homes are not eligible for this type of loan. As a government insured program the senior's home must meet FHA guidelines in terms of minimum property standards to qualify.
There is no income or credit requirements and any senior who owns a home with sufficient equity and age requirement can qualify. Even if there is a mortgage balance you can qualify.
If you have questions or would like to see how much is available to you, please visit my website to fill out an application www.vshomeloans.com or contact me at 205-995-7283.
Yours to Count On,
Valerie Springer nmls 198749