Reverse Mortgage Refinance


For homeowner’s who have already obtained a reverse mortgage, you may be able to prosper from a reverse mortgage refinance. Quickly and easily find out how to get started!

When a Reverse Mortgage Refinance is Not Needed


A reverse mortgage refinance is not always necessary depending on what you wish to do. If you are simply looking to change the way in which your reverse mortgage funds are disbursed, you do not need to refinance your loan. In most cases, this can be done by speaking with your reverse mortgage lender and paying a small fee. One of the benefits of the federally-insured reverse mortgage is that there are protections built-in so that you are unable to refinance if it does not benefit you. To learn more, please inquire with a specialist.


Reverse Mortgage Refinance Benefits

  • Switch from an adjustable interest rate to a fixed rate.
  • Obtain a lower interest rate on your reverse mortgage.
  • Utilize additional equity from your home’s appreciation in value.
  • Capitalize on additional equity due to the homeowner’s age.
  • Switch to a federally-insured home equity conversion mortgage from your private reverse mortgage.
  • Add or eliminate a borrower on the reverse mortgage.

How Do I Apply for a Reverse Mortgage Refinance?

  • Submit your information for a free consultation with a reverse mortgage specialist.
  • Depending on the benefits you will receive from the new loan, you may have to attend counseling with a HUD-approved counselor again. Note: If you are refinancing from a proprietary reverse mortgage to a federally-insured loan, you will have to attend counseling no matter what.
  • An appraiser will come to your home in order to assess its current market value.
  • The reverse mortgage will be underwritten.
  • The loan will close, and funds will be disbursed to you in whatever option you selected.

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