Fannie Mae Home Keeper Mortgage
Apply: Free Reverse Mortgage Analysis
It used to be that if you were age 62 or older, there were only two ways to get cash out of your home. You could sell it or you could borrow against your home equity.
But now, with reverse mortgages, seniors can tap into the home equity they've built up without moving or taking on extra debt.
If you're just starting out and want to learn more about reverse mortgages, read our brochures and fact sheets that describe each of our Reverse Mortgage products.
HomeKeeper Reverse Mortgage
If you already know a reverse mortgage is for you, Fannie Mae's publication, Money from Home: A Consumer's Guide to Reverse Mortgage Options (PDF), is a required counseling tool and an excellent source of in-depth information on reverse mortgages for homeowners ready to apply. The guide contains detailed information on Fannie Mae's Home Keeper mortgage and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development-insured Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM). The publication also has information to help you determine what type of reverse mortgage is right for you, and worksheets to help you get started.
After deciding to apply for a reverse mortgage, you should speak to a Fannie Mae-approved lender and request an application form. Our list of Reverse Mortgage Lenders (PDF) can help you find lenders who offer the Fannie Mae Home Keeper Mortgage and the FHA Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM).
Fannie Mae does not lend money directly to consumers. Instead, we work with mortgage lenders to make sure they have money to lend. Lenders who work with Fannie Mae have the broadest array of mortgages to offer consumers.
RTG Reverse Mortgage
RTG Consultants is licensed and HUD approved reverse mortgage lender, we will answer any questions and assist you through the process.
Free Reverse Mortgage Analysis
We will gladly do a free reverse mortgage analysis for you with no obligation or restrictions. We can be reached via phone or email.
Contact us here.