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Will Your Golden Years Be Golden? http://buff.ly/2ca7T0D
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Seniors scramble to beat reverse mortgage deadline https://buff.ly/2fBKQTz
Beginning Oct. 2, the initial mortgage insurance premiums for new HECM borrowers will increase from the current 0.5% that is available to some borrowers to 2.0% of the maximum loan amount for all borrowers.
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People have been signing up for Equifax's help service. Here's what they were told. https://buff.ly/2hykXkA
Consumers who signed up at the website encountered a multistep process that never led to a definitive answer as to whether their personal data had been accessed by hackers.
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Reverse Mortgages and Hurricanes: How to Handle a Natural Disaster
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Reverse Mortgage Researcher Pfau Weighs in on New HUD Regulations https://buff.ly/2wgbqok
Because the new lending rules will result in slower growth for open-ended HECM lines of credit, Pfau said, consumers may find the more immediate uses for reverse mortgage proceeds more attractive, and the longer-term plays less so.
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The Block copycat renovations can turn bad and cost you more
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Impending Changes to the HECM Reverse Mortgage Program
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Reverse Mortgages Rules To Change Positively And Negatively For Retirees https://buff.ly/2fGD0oC
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The key to take down scammers: Here are a few surefire security tricks https://buff.ly/2xXb1M4
Earlier this year a hacker obtained access to a title company’s server and ended up absconding with $1.57 million of buyers’ money in an event that will have a long-lasting impact on the title company.
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“ut then a kid is thrown into the mix and all hell bre” https://buff.ly/2hfjqDu
You will find all of these convoluted justifications as to why a crap shack should sell for $1.5 million
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