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Reverse

In numismatics, the back of a coin; that is to say, the "tails" side. The reverse often usually features some national monument or commemorates some event. The front of a coin is called the obverse.

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It is naive, however, to contemplate securing a reverse mortgage without noting the curious incentives (some might say distortions) state and federal statutes provide.
Available since 1989, reverse mortgages enable seniors (62 years and older) to tap the equity in their home to receive payment, either as a line of credit, a monthly stipend or as a lump sum amount.
A reverse mortgage is aptly named because the payment stream is reversed.
The cases in which a taxpayer failed to qualify a purported reverse exchange under Sec.
This new product adds to the innovative collection of reverse mortgage offerings from SMC, including the recent addition of The Independence Plan(SM) proprietary jumbo loan.
If the seller isn't willing to delay the closing until you dispose of the relinquished property, a reverse exchange may be an attractive alternative.
Regardless of the form of the acquisition, the reverse acquisition rule requires the consolidated group whose former shareholders own more than 50% of the new parent corporation's stock to be the continuing consolidated group.
Flex-Margin Advantage allows brokers to increase or decrease the margin on reverse mortgage loans in increments of 0.
Other practitioners believe that a reverse exchange is valid like-kind exchange.
Steven Evans joins the Training Department as Reverse Division Trainer.
Because the proceeds of a reverse mortgage constitute borrowed funds, they are not subject to income tax.
Seniors have a vast array of financial needs, and products such as these provide the options they require to fit their particular situation," says John Nixon, Executive Vice President and COO of Reverse Mortgage of America.