TRIANGLE NC

VOL16ISS2 2016

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THE ORIGINAL RELOCATION GUIDE — TRIANGLE NC | VOLUME 16 — ISSUE 2 56 REVERSE MORTGAGE DEFINED Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) BY DAVID STOKES If you dream about a new home with modern design, amenities, and low maintenance, then you owe it to yourself to learn about a powerful alternative to using traditional financing or paying cash to purchase your next home. Imagine moving into a new neighborhood close to friends and family, with walking paths, a clubhouse, and neighbors just like you... and doing all of this while retaining a large portion of your life savings. You're about to discover a little-known strategy that middle income and affluent Boomers like you have been using since 2009 to purchase their dream home. Introducing the Home Equity Conversion Mortgage for Purchase program, or H4P Program for short. With this no monthly mortgage payment option, you can double your purchasing power and significantly reduce your out-of-pocket expenses as compared to paying cash or securing traditional financing. In essence, a 70 year old can purchase a $600,000 home for about $273,686 and never have a monthly mortgage payment! It is important to note, that the older you are the less you would need to pay. The H4P Program comes at a time when a lot of Boomers are trying to protect their nest egg and boost monthly income. If you've been secretly wanting to move into a new or newer home that better meets your lifestyle plan, then your time has finally arrived! If you or your spouse is at least 62, then the FHA-insured H4P Program can help you purchase the home you really want without depleting a large portion of your life savings--- and save you thousands of dollars you would have otherwise lost in the process by making monthly mortgage payments. The H4P Program is unlike a traditional home mortgage in that monthly payments are deferred and the loan balance increases over time. However, there is a consumer safeguard built into the program that you need to know about. Because the loan is insured by the FHA, neither you nor your heirs have any personal liability for the repayment of the debt. So what does all that really mean? It's actually very simple. Let's say you use the H4P Program to purchase your dream home and decide to For those age 62 and better...

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