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Lanora Distasio
a year ago
If I am 67 on the mortgage and my dauger is not on the mortgage (50) but my daughter is on the deed, can I do a reverse mortgage?
I am currently behind on my mortgage.
 
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Joe Wallace... Answered 301 more questions
a year ago
There are many factors that may affect the answer to this question--it's best to speak with a HECM counselor by calling the FHA-provided number (800) 569-4287 to see what your options may be. It's best to discuss your missed mortgage payments with the lender to see what loss mitigation options are open to you at this time.
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