Senior Reverse Mortgage.com Announces Reverse Mortgage Calculator Feature

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New website feature allows seniors to get an idea of how much they might be able to get from a reverse mortgage

Senior Reverse Mortgage.com, a trusted provider of reverse mortgage solutions for homeowners over the age of 62, has announced the addition of a reverse mortgage calculator to its website. The calculator provides estimates for seniors who want to find out how much they might receive from a reverse mortgage, and also gives insight into current mortgage rates.

Seniors who want to get an accurate estimate start by entering basic information into the calculator, including the estimated home value, the amount of existing liens, the senior’s age, and the state where the property is located. The calculator will then provide the customer with information about the estimated amount of a reverse mortgage. Seniors who want more information can speak with one of the site’s experienced representatives, who can answer specific questions and provide more detail about the available options.

“Many of the seniors who visit our site are looking for more information about reverse mortgages, and one of the first questions they ask is ‘How much could I get?’” explains Annie Johnson, Reverse Mortgage Expert. “The reverse mortgage calculator gives them easy access to an accurate estimate of how much they could receive if they opt for a reverse mortgage.”

Customers can also view various scenarios that illustrate specific situations that may compare to their own, for an idea of how a senior reverse mortgage might help them with their needs.

For more information about Senior Reverse Mortgage.com and its calculator feature, visit http://www.seniorreversemortgage.com.

About: With over 45 years of experience in providing customer service, Senior Reverse Mortgage.com is an A+ accredited member of the Better Business Bureau and a member of the National Aging in Place Council (NAIPC). The company complies with regulations laid down by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA).

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