Reverse Mortgage Loan help?

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Does anyone know if I could qualify for a Reverse Mortgage Loan yet at age 52 since I am completely disabled & I won my home completely – it is paid off & I have no mortgage at all?
I did not mean I “won” my home, sorry! I meant I “own” my home!

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    rtfm
    May 2, 2011 at 11:01 pm

    Reverse mortgage loans are a VERY VERY VERY bad idea. Why not just talk to your bank and see if you could take out a home equity loan against your house?

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    Emerson
    May 2, 2011 at 11:25 pm

    If you are looking for a reverse mortgage to receive some much needed cash, you may want to look into a reverse mortgage wholesale loan. This is the perfect way for you to get a reverse mortgageagencies that sell reverse mortgage wholesale lender accounts. These agencies are the Federal Housing Authority, the Fannie Mae foundation and the Financial Freedom Cash Account.

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    reversemortgageexpert
    May 3, 2011 at 12:07 am

    Reverse mortgages are only available for homeowners over the age of 62. You may have other options, however. I recommend consulting a mortgage broker or bank that is familiar with the needs of the disabled about home equity loans to provide support until you’re eligible for a reverse mortgage.

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