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Just Another Old Geezer

07-25-2013 05:22:49

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A reverse mortgage can be a good thing for the right person under the right conditions. I was a local watering hole a few weeks ago chatting with the lady bartender I know. She had been helping out getting an elderly lady neighbor situated a nursing home. The lady lived in a small old house with a leaky roof and had a reverse mortgage. The last few years lady had cats and had not taken very good care of the house because of her health issues. The lady bartender had picked through the house to get cloths for the elderly lady in the nursing home and found herself obliged to launder the clean cloths before delivering them to the nursing home. She estimates that by the time the bank gets done paying the cost of cleaning up and fixing up the house they will be losing about $30,000. I think this is a case where reverse mortgage work very well.

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LOU from Wi.

07-25-2013 10:43:31

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 Re: OT Rant. in reply to Just Another Old Geezer, 07-25-2013 05:22:49  
Thanks .I see your point but still. infomercial on R.M is constantly thrown into programing to get every cent out of folks. Some need financial help and in this day and age, it's boiling down to need.Greed is overtaking common sense.again JMHO LOU

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