Reverse Mortgage

HOW DO YOU QUALIFY?

How Do You Qualify?

To be eligible for a reverse mortgage, you must:

  • Be 62 years or older (a non-borrowing spouse may be under age 62)
  • Own and live in your home as your primary residence.
  • Undergo a financial assessment to ensure a reverse mortgage can serve you as a sustainable, long-term retirement solution
  • Receive counseling by an independent, HUD-approved third-party to confirm you understand your obligations and responsibilities with a reverse mortgage
  • Maintain the property and continue paying property taxes, homeowners insurance, homeowner association and any other applicable fees

Does Your Property Qualify?

Single-family homes or 2-4 unit homes (You must occupy one of the units)

HUD-approved condominiums*

*SSF Advantage loans do not require FHA approval

Manufactured homes that meet FHA requirements 

How Much Money Could You Qualify For?​

The size of your loan amount is based on three primary factors.

Your Age: The age of the youngest borrower or eligible non-borrowing spouse—the older you are, the more funds may be available

Your Home’s Value: The higher your home appraises at, and the more equity you have in your home, may make more funds
available

Current Interest Rate: Fixed and adjustable rate options are available—the lower the interest rate, the more funds may be available

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Corporate Office
6101 Bollinger Canyon Rd, Suit 344
San Ramon, CA 94583
(925) 820-2981

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