Rogers Ranch Pkwy., Ste. 215
San Antonio, TX 78258
Office 210-493-7332 | Cell 210-602-2603
Toll Free 844-265-5513
Your home’s value may be the highest it’s been in some time. NOW is the time to take advantage of the steady equity growth we have recently had. If your home currently has a mortgage or home equity loan, the Reverse Mortgage will pay off that debt, plus any other debt you wish.
A Reverse Mortgage may be just the solution for homeowners 62 and over who are house rich and cash poor or looking to downsize or upsize to a new home. A Reverse Mortgage is a type of home equity loan that allows you to access the equity you have built up over the years or have available in a new purchase, while still keeping the title to the home in your name. This is all with no monthly mortgage payments and a simple financial assessment.
There is now a financial assessment on all borrowers to review their income, assets and liabilities to insure that future mandatory obligations (such as taxes, insurance, maintenance and HOA dues) continue to stay current. You can take out a partial lump sum, take monthly installments, or set up a line of credit that continues to grow to take advantage of your home value rising. Utilize the Reverse Mortgage for purchase program to downsize or buy your dream retirement home and save funds for a nest egg.
About Melinda Hipp
Melinda Hipp is Branch Manager with Open Mortgage in San Antonio and specializes in working with senior homeowners 62 and over who would like to access the equity in their home through a Reverse Mortgage.
Melinda is one of only 2 CRMP's (Certified Reverse Mortgage Professional) in TX designated by the National Reverse Mortgage Lending Association.
She has handled hundreds of satisfied Reverse Mortgage clients over the past ten years with many raving fans. She and her team are dedicated to giving you boutique service and personalized customer experience.
Melinda regularly provides training to local real estate professionals and holds the designation of MBA, CRMP (Certified Reverse Mortgage Professional) and CMC (Certified Mortgage Coach.) Melinda is also an active member of NRMLA (National Reverse Mortgage Lender’s Association). An avid golfer, Melinda was a charter member of the San Antonio Chapter of the Executive Women’s Golf Association. She is currently a member of the National Reverse Mortgage Lender’s Association, Women’s Council of Realtors, San Antonio Board of Realtors, CRS and a board member of Golf San Antonio.
About Open Mortgage LLC
Open Mortgage is a multi-channel mortgage lender. We believe that better is possible, and we are constantly striving to bring a better mortgage experience to everyone. Whether you’re buying a home, looking to refinance, or interested in a reverse mortgage, we do it all. No matter where you are on your journey, we can bring you closer to home. Enjoy your retirement on your terms.
Stability and success are important at every stage in your life. For those exploring reverse mortgages, we understand that your family and your security are paramount. We provide quality customer care you can trust. We’ll guide and educate you through the process to make it manageable, with transparent communication and a commitment to make sure your needs are taken care of before, during and after the loan. We’re dedicated to helping you achieve your financial goals.
Your Reverse Mortgage Professional Melinda Hipp, will educate you about your options, but below are the basic homeowner eligibility requirements:
Common Reverse Mortgage Questions...
Why should I get a Reverse Mortgage instead of refinancing, financing or getting a home equity loan?
With a Reverse Mortgage, you do not have to make any monthly mortgage payments. Your credit score is also not the main determining factor for approval. Even if you have been turned down for a regular mortgage you still may qualify for a Reverse Mortgage.
Is a Reverse Mortgage a Safe Product?
A Reverse Mortgage is one of the safest loans you may possibly have. 95% of all Reverse Mortgages fall into the category of HECM’s (Home Equity Conversion Mortgage) which are insured by the HUD through the US Government. HUD has certain guidelines and protections that regulate the fees, expenses and interest rate you can be charged. You also must attend a counseling session by an approved HUD counselor to give you independent information. Other types of Reverse Mortgages also have similar protections built in.
What are the options for receiving the cash from my Reverse Mortgage?
There are three basic options for receiving your cash, or you can do a combination:
Contact Melinda Hipp Today!
Ultimately, our goal is to help our senior clients find the perfect solution for their needs. To do so, we firmly believe in educating our clients to the utmost, and allowing them access to straightforward, objective information and answers. For more information about please contact Melinda Hipp, Branch Manager, or complete the Request for Information form below.
14101 W Highway, 290 #1300
Austin, Texas 78737
Toll Free: 888-602-6626
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