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Reverse Mortgage Magazine

Features in the January-February 2016 issue include:

  • The World Wants to Emulate HECMs: A Revealing Conversation with Ed Szymanoski
  • Sneak Preview of New Research

Download Issue, or check out the archives.

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Become a Certified Reverse Mortgage Professional

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One of our goals as an industry trade association is telling consumers with confidence, you can depend on a NRMLA member. Saying it is one thing; proving it is another. That is why NRMLA created the Certified Reverse Mortgage Professional (CRMP) designation.

In every industry, there are those individuals who strive to excel. They often do so by earning a credential that distinguishes them as being among the most knowledgeable, the most competent and the most ethical and professional.

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How Retirement Is Changing in America

A report published by the Urban Land Institute, entitled How Retirement is Changing in America, shows that between 1998 and 2012, the share of adults age 65 and older with household debt increased from 30 to 44 percent. Twenty-four percent of older households had an outstanding mortgage in 2012, up from 16 percent in 1998. … more How Retirement Is Changing in America

Member Spotlight: 3 Questions with Bonnie Wallace

The Member Spotlight profiles thought leaders in the reverse mortgage space, seasoned and new, to get their insights on current issues. Meet Bonnie Wallace a Branch Manager at CityWide Home Loans in Provo, Utah. Question #1—Why did you change careers from counseling and financial planning to originating reverse mortgages? Bonnie Wallace: Using the HECM is … more Member Spotlight: 3 Questions with Bonnie Wallace

HUD Updates Property Preservation Guidelines

The Department of Housing and Urban Development doubled to $5,000 the amount of funds it will reimburse servicers for fixing up properties that will be assigned to the Department, as part of a broader effort to consolidate and update preservation and protection (P&P) guidelines. The changes announced in Mortgagee Letter 2016-02 took effect on February … more HUD Updates Property Preservation Guidelines