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Q3 Senior Home Equity Hits $6.1 Trillion Mark

The National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association (NRMLA) has reported that homeowners aged 62 and older saw an overall 2.6 percent increase of $152 billion in senior home equity in the third quarter of the year, bringing the total to $6.1 trillion.

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The National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association (NRMLA) reports that an estimated $147 billion increase in the aggregate value of homes owned by seniors drove their share of home equity to $5.76 trillion and rocketed the NRMLA/RiskSpan Reverse Mortgage Market Index (RMMI) to an all-time high in Q3 2015 of 200.19 from 195.42 in the second quarter. 

Urban Financial of America LLC has announced that it has changed its name to Finance of America Reverse LLC.

Home values are rising and equity held by senior homeowners is growing, two positive signs that retirees are on steadier footing today than they were after the bubble burst. However, too many older adults are leaving the workforce underprepared to fund their longevity, and reverse mortgage professionals are committed to addressing this challenge as they gather Nov.

New American Funding has announced the appointment of Ellen Skaggs as national reverse production manager, where she plans to expand the company's Reverse Mortgage Div

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