Industry & Member News
April 23, 2018
The Department of Housing and Urban Development published a Federal Register Notice (Docket No. FR-5858-N-09) announcing its intent to fill eight vacancies on the Housing Counseling Federal Advisory … more HUD Announces Vacancies On Housing Counseling Federal Advisory Committee
April 23, 2018
Testifying before the Senate Appropriations Committee this week, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson shared his Fiscal Year 2019 budgetary goals and priorities for HUD and … more HUD Secretary Carson Testifies Before Senate Appropriators
April 18, 2018
The National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association has compiled statistics and research on aging and retirement topics to assist with your article on reverse mortgages. You can also find … more Resources for Reporters and Interested Professionals
April 17, 2018
HMBS supply shrank significantly in March, falling over $200 million from $56.4 to $56.2 billion. High prepayments and low issuance combined to drive down the total float. The … more Game of Loans II: HMBS Winter Wind Blows Away Supply
Reverse Mortgage Magazine, March-April 2018 Issue
Our cover story for this month’s issue of Reverse Mortgage magazine examines the reverse mortgage market in California. While it has the largest population of any state, the next three largest states – Texas, Florida and New York – have a combined population that is almost twice that of California. And yet, California has more reverse mortgages than those three states combined. It takes a lot more than just population to explain this. So we went out to search for other reasons, thinking at least some of the answers might be replicable and thereby help the industry build up other markets.
Become a Certified Reverse Mortgage Professional
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.