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MI Reverse Mortgage in Michigan

If you’re a homeowner 62 years or older, consider the tax-free income benefits of a Reverse Mortgage.  Unlike a regular mortgage, with reverse mortgages the lender makes payments to you.  MI residents can choose to receive the money from a reverse mortgage in fixed monthly payments, a line of credit, or in a lump sum.  More than 55% of borrowers choose the line of credit, which allows you to draw from the loan at any time.

 

The amount of your reverse mortgage is determined primarily by your age and appraised home value.  To find out just how much you can get, speak to one of our Reverse Mortgage Specialists today!

Local reverse mortgage directory for MI :
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Ada Allegan Amasa Atlantic Mine
Addison Allen Anchorville Atlas
Adrian Allen Park Ann Arbor Attica
Afton Allendale Applegate Au Gres
Ahmeek Allenton Arcadia Au Train
Akron Allouez Argyle Auburn
Alanson Alma Armada Auburn Hills
Alba Almont Arnold Augusta
Albion Alpena Ashley Avoca
Alden Alpha Athens Azalia
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