Get The Funds You Need With A Reverse Mortgage
Liberty Reverse Mortgage (Liberty) is one of the largest and most experienced reverse mortgage lenders in the country. For over a decade we have been helping eligible customers 62 years and older convert a portion of their home equity into usable funds without having to make monthly mortgage payments.1
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"An exceptionally good experience." Gareth, CA (Consumer Affairs) Read More
"Satisfying from start to closing." Gloria, GA (eKomi) Read More
"Allowed me to stay in my house comfortably." Steven, NC (eKomi) Read More
"Liberty was my original lender and I refinanced with them. I had an exceptionally good experience with them. They are outstanding, particularly the loan officer that I dealt with, Daniel. He was conscientious, timely in response, and most importantly, he had integrity. From the beginning to the end, there were no changes. I wasn't misled and many times, you could be misled. Early on, they provided documents of what the loan would be like, and there was no wavering from it."Gareth, CA (Consumer Affairs)
"The entire experience was most satisfying from start to closing. Everything was well explained and the steps needed to get to the final close were well laid out and easy to follow. Given our circumstances and goals, this was the best solution for us. A reverse mortgage might not be the best solution for everyone, but if you decide that a reverse mortgage fits into your financial goals then Liberty would be the company to use."Gloria, GA (eKomi)
"I am extremely happy with Liberty. They allowed me to stay in my house comfortably. Most important to me was the fact, that I had a consultant coming to my house, then doing everything by mail. The team made the process very easy for me."Steven, NC (eKomi)
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How Can A Reverse Mortgage Help You?
- Supplement your retirement income
- Pay off your existing mortgage1
- Eliminate high interest debt
- Stretch retirement savings
- Stay in your home
- You must still live in the home as your primary residence, continue to pay required property taxes, homeowners insurance and maintain the home according to Federal Housing Administration requirements. Failure to meet these requirements can trigger a loan default that may result in foreclosure.