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Reverse Mortgages in Texas - TX Lenders, Rates & More
Texas Reverse Mortgage
Texas is the second most populous state in America with a population of over 25 million. Around 3.8 million Texans are 60 or older, a number that is expected to grow to over 12 million by 2050. Because many of these seniors are homeowners with significant home equity built up, the reverse mortgage market in Texas is one of the...
No Need to Fear Reverse Mortgage Exits - ABC News
Wells Fargo has reversed itself on reverse mortgages. The bank, one of two biggest providers of such loans (along with Bank of America ), said last week it would be exiting the business, although jittery customers apparently have little to fear.
Bank of America previously announced its own departure earlier this year. The two accounted for more than 40 percent of all such loans, according to...
Reverse Mortgage Scams | Nolo.com
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Reverse mortgages are designed to allow older homeowners to convert the equity in their homes into income to supplement their social security and other sources of income. However, there are some serious risks associated with reverse mortgages, including reverse mortgage scams. Read on to learn more about the risks and scams associated with this type of loan.
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