A reverse mortgage requires that borrowers have substantial equity in their homes. Here are some options if you don't have enough equity to qualify.
A shared equity agreement is a lesser known way of tapping home equity for cash. Unlike a loan, this agreement gives an investor a share of the equity in the home. Here's how it works.
Yes, you can use a reverse mortgage to buy a house. Here's what you need to know about HECM for purchase loans.
Here’s what homeowners need to know about personal loans, home equity loans, and other borrowing options.
A home equity line of credit is only one of many ways to access equity you've accrued in your home. Here is a list and explanation of other options.
Many people overlook home equity as a source of funds for retirement. Learn about different vehicles for tapping into the equity in your home.
Many states offer protection for seniors amid rising home values in the real estate market. It's essential that you know your rights.
If you're asking, "Should I sell my house when I retire?" Your financial situation will help you determine your options.
You've spent years building up equity in your home. Learn how your home equity can be a powerful retirement planning tool.