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"Retirement Mortgage Options" with Daniel Nicolosi
Daniel Nicolosi Discusses Hawaii Reverse Mortgage on KAOI Radio
As a Certified Senior Advisor, Daniel Nicolosi has advised countless retirees on the myriad of mortgage options available, and the value and advantages of a reverse mortgage. On his radio show Retirement Mortgage Options, Daniel answers questions from retirees in a variety of financial situations, and shares his advice on scenarios where a reverse mortgage may be a good idea.
Retirement Mortgage Options Radio Episode 1
In this episode, Daniel Nicolosi interviews David Courson, host of Maui Family Focus, and answers his questions about reverse mortgages as a retiree.
Retirement Mortgage Options Radio Episode 2
In episode 2, Daniel interviews David Whitelaw, Community Development Manager at KAOI Radio, and discusses some of the advantages and disadvantages of reverse mortgages, as well as financial guidance for retirees.
Retirement Mortgage Options Radio Episode 3
In the third episode of Retirement Mortgage Options, Daniel reflects on his conversation with David Whitelaw, and discusses how David was able to eliminate his monthly mortgage payment, put more cash back into his pocket, and finally begin fully enjoying his retirement.
Retirement Mortgage Options Radio Episode 4
In episode 4, Daniel discusses some of the guests he’s interviewed in previous episodes, and discusses how families and retirees in Hawaii have benefited from an FHA reverse mortgage, as well as comparing some different reverse mortgage options.
Retirement Mortgage Options Radio Episode 5
Retirement Mortgage Options Radio Episode 6
What is a Hawaii Reverse Mortgage?
A reverse mortgage is a type of mortgage available to people in the United States 62 years of age or older. With a Hawaii Reverse Mortgage you can turn part of the equity of your home into cash that you can use now. You only repay the loan when your home is sold, either by you, or your heirs after your death. Any remaining equity belongs to you or your heirs. In the event that the house is worth less than the amount owed, the shortfall is paid by the FHA Mortgage Insurance—not by you or your heirs.
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