The commercials insist a reverse mortgage is the perfect place to find extra retirement income. Here’s what they don’t tell you.
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The government says this company “harassed and threatened” borrowers who were struggling to save their homes.
Living a debt-free life is important, especially as you approach retirement. But there are worse things than debt.
FTC slaps Texas-based Home Relief Foundation for charging distressed homeowners up to $4,000 for debt relief that it never delivered.
Praying for a windfall isn’t the only way to get rid of a mortgage. You can painlessly pay off your biggest debt faster than you think.
You can dump a bad spouse, or a bad house. But try getting out from under the mortgage.
You wouldn’t think of overpaying $50,000 when buying a new house, but you could pay that much extra if you’re not careful shopping for a mortgage.
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