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American Advisors Group launches new reverse Web site for seniors

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Aug 13, 2010

American Advisors Group (AAG) has spent the past year working with reverse mortgage experts, Web application specialists and industry advocates to establish a new consumer Web site that will make it easier for seniors to find reverse mortgage information. ReverseMortgageQA.com is a network of question and answer Web sites that will enable consumers to easily request free, fast, and accurate information specifically related to their individual questions about reverse mortgages. "I'm so glad seniors are being offered this new forum which allows them greater access to the facts about reverse mortgages," said AAG spokesperson, former Sen. Fred Thompson. "They can then decide if it best suits them. American Advisors Group has done an amazing job creating a venue that empowers seniors with more information and greater transparency." As difficult economic conditions continue, the need for clear and concise information on reverse mortgages has never been greater. "We want to inform and educate seniors using an easy to find question and answer platform," said AAG Chief Executive Officer Reza Jahangiri. "This is something seniors and their caregivers deserve. They can go directly to www.ReverseMortgageQA.com to have their concerns answered by experienced reverse mortgage professionals, without committing to anyone or anything. We hope people use this site to gain a better understanding of the benefits of this often misunderstood financial product." ReverseMortgageQA.com provides a way for seniors to ask questions directly to a qualified reverse mortgage professional and have the reassurance that they are talking to someone with the knowledge and understanding to provide the facts. Users can also view previous answers to commonly asked questions to gain a better understanding of how the reverse mortgage loan program works including how to qualify, how Federal Housing Administration (FHA) insurance works, and what the application process involves. For more information, visit www.ReverseMortgageQA.com.
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