Often out of sight and mind after a reverse mortgage closes, servicing is the backbone of the ongoing relationship with the borrower. From monthly draws, tenure payments and loan questions reverse mortgage servicers are on the front lines of long-term customer support and care. The average loan officer is with the borrower for 3-9 months while the servicer….Continue reading
Moral Hazard? One definition is the lack of incentive to guard against risk because one is protected from the consequences while the risk rests on another party. Is that what we have with reverse mortgage borrowers who have defaulted? Non-payment of taxes and insurance has been an issue. A look at what real estate columnist had to say recently.Continue reading
Is the proverbial “horse out of the barn” when it comes to Reverse Mortgage Tax & Insurance Defaults? A problem that was quietly brewing for more than a decade grew into glaring issue with the crash of housing values in 2007 & 2008. Many borrowers hit hard financiallyContinue reading
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Learn what Celink is doing to help borrowers prevent and cure tax and insurance defaults for reverse mortgage borrowers.
A Behind The Scenes Look At Curing Tax & Insurance Defaults
Our exclusive interview with Celink’s John LaRose at last month’s NRMLA meeting uncovers some of the steps being taken by reverse mortgage servicers to cure tax and insurance defaults.