A reverse mortgage provides home-owners access to the equity in their home as a source of income while maintaining ownership of — and residency in — the home.
The National Council on Aging has produced a helpful guide: Using your home to stay at home, available at ncoa.org/economic-security/home-equity/housing-options/use-your-home-to-stay-at-home/
You can also call NCOA for guidance at 855.899.3778 or 571.527.3900.
Another resource is the National Reverse Mortgage Lender Association at NRMLAonline.org
AFFORDABLE HOUSING ALLIANCE
- Non-profit providing consultation regarding reverse mortgages
- 59 Broad St., Eatontown, NJ 07724
NJ HOUSING & MORTGAGE FINANCE AGENCY
- For homeowners age 62 and over
- 609.278.7400 or 800.654.6873
HOME EQUITY CONVERSION MORTGAGE (HECM)
- Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development
You can also explore a reverse mortgage with most bank and mortgage companies.
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