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Tighter Rules for Reverse Mortgages
Wall Street Journal
The rules governing reverse mortgages are about to change, which could mean less money for borrowers. But it also may help reduce the program's high default rate. Congress recently gave the Federal Housing Administration, which insures virtually all 
Reverse Mortgage Reform – LoanLove.com Discusses Recent Changes To PR Newswire (press release)

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Should I Get A Reverse Mortgage?
NEW YORK (MainStreet)—As its name suggests, a reverse mortgage is kind of the opposite of a mortgage. Instead of borrowing money from a bank to buy a house, a reverse mortgage is when the bank pays you to sell them your house. Reverse mortgages 

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Reverse Mortgages Can Benefit Retirees, Both Wealthy and Not
Wall Street Journal
The loans also can work for well-heeled retirees looking for a buffer to keep them from selling investments at the wrong time, according to academic researchers. And Congress last month gave a boost to the type of reverse mortgage that works best for
With jointly owned property, does majority rule?Chicago Daily Herald

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Reverse mortgages have their ups, downs
Vallejo Times-Herald
Andrew Stoltmann, a Chicago-based securities attorney, recently distributed a press release warning American seniors about the risks, saying, "the reverse mortgage, an interest-bearing loan secured by the equity in your home, usually contributes to

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