Benefits of a reverse mortgage

Our Experienced Agents Explain the Benefits of Reverse Mortgages for Seniors in Missouri

What are reverse mortgages and how can they benefit seniors?

After a lifetime of working, saving, and planning for retirement, insufficient income on a fixed budget can be a major challenge for seniors across America. With so many different options for investing your money and assets, it can be difficult and confusing to find credible and reliable ways to supplement your income after retirement. Since 2002, the Senior Health Solutions, LLC team has assisted thousands of seniors in St. Louis, Missouri, and throughout the tri-state area with every insurance and finance challenge. We can help you better understand reverse mortgages and their potential benefits for you and your family.

For many seniors, a reverse mortgage can be a valuable tool to help you gain more income and stabilize your family budget in the short term, while limiting the tax burden of your estate after you are gone and establishing more liquidity for your loved ones in the long term.

Who should consider a reverse mortgage?

Reverse mortgages are only available for seniors over the age of 62 who own their own home. A reverse mortgage may be for you if:

  • You want to eliminate mortgage payments
  • You want to supplement your income
  • You are concerned about estate tax liabilities after you pass
  • You are happy in your home and do not want to move or sell it yet
  • You do not want to leave your home to family members as part of your estate
Do you qualify for a reverse mortgage?
Learn about the benefits of a reverse mortgage

Reverse mortgages can serve several important purposes to eligible seniors.

  • Stay in your home

    Unlike simply selling your home, a reverse mortgage lets you stay in the home without having to pay rent or have a landlord

  • Add to your income

    Reverse mortgages use your home equity and age to get you more money now. You can choose from a wide variety of payment options that fit your needs. Plus, the money is tax free!

  • Keep ownership of your home

    With a reverse mortgage, you keep the title to your property

  • Eliminate your mortgage payments

    Reverse mortgage payments can help eliminate your monthly mortgage payments in some situations

  • Keep your Social Security and Medicare benefits

    Reverse mortgages do you not affect your eligibility for Social Security or Medicare

  • Reduce the tax burden of your estate

    Estate taxes are among the highest tax rates for any income. Especially if you do not anticipate leaving your home to your children or family, this can reduce the tax burden by a large amount

Contact our experienced agents to learn more about reverse mortgages and if it's right for you
We are here to answer your questions!
If you think a reverse mortgage may be for you, we are ready to discuss how reverse mortgages work with your financial goals and how they can help secure your future. Senior Health Solutions, LLC., is the reverse mortgage agency of choice for residents in St. Louis and throughout Missouri. Call (636) 244-4415 or contact us online to make an appointment and see if you qualify.
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